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Nineteenth Annual Report 



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OF THE 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 



1926 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by the Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



Charles A. Magrath, Esq Chairman 

Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A Commissioner 

C. Alfred Maguire, Esq Commissioner 

W. W. Pope, Esq Secretary 

F. A. Gaby, B.A.Sc, D.Sc '.:'." Chief Engineer 



LIBRARY 

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To His Honour The Honourable William D. Ross, 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Honour the Nineteenth 
Annual -Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the 
fiscal year ending October 31, 1926. 

This Report covers all of the Commission's activities and also embodies 
the financial statements of the municipal electric utilities operating in conjunc- 
tion with the various systems of the Commission and supplying electrical service 
to the people of the Province. 

Dealing, as it does, with a multiplicity of activities relating to several elec- 
trical systems obtaining power from twenty-two hydro-electrical plants operated 
by the Commission, supplemented by power purchased from other sources, and 
recording financial and other data relating to the individual local municipal 
electric utilities, the Annual Report presents a large amount of statistical infor- 
mation, much of which must, of necessity, be of a summary character. 

The financial statements, the statistical data and the general information 
given, however, are so arranged and presented as to convey a comprehensive 
outlook on the features of the Commission's operations. Not only does the 
Report record the progress made during the past year, but it gives, in addition, 
the cumulative results for the various periods during which operation has been 
maintained in the respective municipalities. 

During the past year the work of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
ha's been characterized by steady growth. The generating capacity of the 
Commission's plants was increased by about 100,000 horsepower, an increase 
which somewhat exceeds the growth in load during the year, and for the time 
being has given a reasonable margin between the capacity available and' the 
demand for power. This has resulted in an improved service and enabled the 
various generating plants to be maintained in a high state of efficiency. 

The operation of all the systems has been carried on successfully and 
without serious trouble. The class of equipment provided in the Commission's 
generating plants and on its transmission networks, and the care with which it 
is maintained and operated have enabled the Commission to provide a remarkable 
continuity of service. This is indicated by the fact that power was never entirely 
off the Niagara system for a single minute during the year. 



iv NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Future supplies of power for the various systems are ever a matter of serious 
consideration to the Commission. The immediate requirements of the Niagara 
system have been provided for by contract with the Gatineau Power Company 
for a supply of power from the Ottawa River watershed. On the Georgian Bay 
system the continued combined operation of the various generating plants has 
been very satisfactory and has resulted in an improved service with a margin 
of power over and above the immediate requirements. The completion of a new 
storage dam on the Hollow Lake storage reservoir has added substantially to the 
storage available for the Georgian Bay system. On the Thunder Bay system 
the Commission has commenced at Alexander Landing a second development on 
the Nipigon river. On the Central Ontario and Trent system, special attention 
has been given to the problem of conserving and increasing the flow of streams 
by the installation of dams and the creation of storage reservoirs. 

Cost of Electrical Service Furnished by the Commission 

The function of the Commission is not only to use its best endeavours to 
provide for the people of Ontario, at cost, an adequate and reliable supply of 
electrical energy, but also to ensure that the cost of that electrical energy to the 
consumers shall be the minimum consistent with the financial stability of the 
enterprise. The success that has been attained in the accomplishment of the 
latter object may be appreciated from the fact that, whereas, according to a 
recent statement by an accredited authority in the United States,* the average 
cost of electricity to the domestic consumer in the United States, in 1926, was 
7.4 cents per kilowatt-hour, the corresponding cost in Ontario, in municipalities 
served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission — as shown by the figures 
given in Statement "D", page 337 of this Report — was, for 1926, less than two 
cents per kilowatt hour. Statement "D" indicates also that rates for commer- 
cial light and industrial power service in Ontario are similarly low. 

Respecting the cost to the ultimate consumer of electrical service furnished 
to Ontario municipalities by the Commission, the following facts are of interest: 

More than eighty per cent of the electrical energy utilized for domestic 
service is sold in municipalities where the average charge to consumers of this 
class is less than two cents per kilowatt-hour. 

More than eighty per cent of the electrical energy utilized for commercial 
light service is sold in municipalities where the average charge to consumers of 
this class is less than three cents per kilowatt-hour. 

More than seventy per cent of the electrical power distributed by municipal 
systems and utilized for power service is sold in municipalities where the average 
charge to consumers is less than twenty-five dollars per horsepower per year. 

In each of the above cases the consumers' cost quoted is inclusive of all 
charges. 

In considering the low cost of electrical service in Ontario municipalities 
supplied by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission, attention may be directed 
to the satisfactory financial status of the local municipal electric utilities 
as revealed in Statement "A," pages 242 to 281 and in this connection 
the table on page 234 is of special interest. It shows that no less than fifty-one 
municipal electric utilities are in the position of being "out of debt"; in other 
words, their liquid assets such as cash, bonds, accounts receivable, etc., exceed 
in value their total liabilities, including the debenture balance. Many other 
municipalities are rapidly approaching this favourable position. 

•Iilfctrical World. New Vork, January 1, 1927. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION v 

Growth in Load 

The following tabulation shows the growth in load in the various systems 
during the year. 

DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO. SYSTEMS 

20-MnsruTE Peak Horsepower 

System Coincident Peaks 

October December October December 

System 1925 1925 1926 1926 

Niagara system 683,646 732,306 800,000 809,651 

Georgian Bay system 18,261 17,544 17,109 18,191 

St. Lawrence system 5,350 5,963 6,790 6,932 

Rideau system 2,533 2,654 3,076 3,150 

Thunder Bay system . . . 44,086 49,044 40,977 45,640 

Ottawa system 14,260 15,617 16,354 17,728 

Central Ontario and Trent system 37,762 41,622 41,166 43,901 

Nipissing system 2,500 2,693 2,560 2,697 

Total 808,398 867,443 928,032 947.890 

Financial Summaries 

It will be observed that the financial statements embodied in this Report 
are presented in two main divisions, namely, a division — Section IX — which 
deals with the operations of the Commission in the generation, transformation 
and transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities, and a 
division — Section X — which deals with the various operations of the municipal 
electric utilities in the localized distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

The cumulative results to date of the operation of the several systems of 
the Commission as set forth in this Report demonstrate a healthy financial 
condition. 

The total investment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $203,442,757.99, and the 
investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other assets is 
S74,692,540.69, making in power and hydro-electric railway undertakings a 
total investment of $278,135,298.68. The total revenue derived from this 
capital investment aggregated $32,682,653.21 in 1926. 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective systems 
and municipal undertakings: — 

Niagara system : $155,769,665 . 97 

Georgian Bay system 5,259,249.53 

St. Lawrence svstem 1,062,444.88 

Rideau system'. 1,161,658.24 

Thunder Bay system v 12,724,571.03 

Ottawa system 46,843 . 15 

Engineering — Power sites, St. Lawrence and Ottawa systems 262,655.18 

Central Ontario and Trent system 14,067,963 . 23 

Nipissing system 1,036,000.84 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 2,661,806.34 

Hydro-electric railways 9,389,899.60 

$203,442,757.99 

Municipalities' distributing systems and other assets (exclusive 
of $8,046,868.53 of municipal sinking fund equity in H-E.P.C. 
system) — all systems 74,692,540.69 

$278,135,298.68 



vi NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The following statement shows the combined revenue of the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission and of the municipal electric utilities: 

Revenue of Commission from municipal electric utilities and other power cus- 
tomers . . .' $20,555,179. 19 

Revenue collected by municipal electric utilities 22,677,999.28 

Revenue of H.E.P.C. Railways: 

Sandwich. Windsor & Amherst burg Railway $1,031,443.20 

Guelph District Railways 107,104. 19 

Toronto & York Radial Railways 909,079. 23 

2,047,626.62 



Total $45,280,805 . 09 

Deduct amounts included in first item above as follows: 

H.E.P.C. revenue from sale of power to municipalities, to H.E.P.C. Rail- 
ways, to Peterborough Railway and to Campbellford Pulp Mill 12,598,151 . 88 



Total Combined Revenue $32,682,653 . 21 

Revenue of Commission 

As usual the Commission is able to report that the revenue obtained from 
the consumers has been more than sufficient to meet the full cost of generating 
and transmitting the electrical energy as well as to provide for all operating 
expenses and the fixed charges of the municipal utility equipments. 

The Commission collected from the municipal utilities and other customers, 
for power sold, a total sum of $20,555,179.19. This sum was appropriated to 
meet all the necessary fixed charges and to provide for the expenses of operation 
and administration. After meeting all charges there was left a net surplus of 
$565,413.34. 

The following statement summarizes the Commission's collections from 
municipal electric utilities and other power customers for the year and shows 
how the collections have been appropriated : 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power customers $20,555,179. 19 

Appropriated as follows: 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $15,693,871 .55 

Reserved for sinking fund, renewal of plant and equipment 

and contingencies ; 4,295,894.30 

19,989,765.85 

Net surplus, after providing for all expenses and necessary fixed charges, credited 

to municipalities and shown in their accounts $565,413.34 



Rural Electrification 

During the past two or three years very substantial progress has been made 
in Ontario in the field of rural electrification. Practically all rural electrical 
service is now given through rural power districts which are operated directly 
by the Commission. There is now more than $4,000,000 invested in the rural 
power district systems established by the Commission. Towards this rural 
work the Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting the 
basic industry of agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 
50 per cent of the costs of transmission lines and equipment, or about $2,000,000. 
Aboul 2,300 miles of transmission lines have been constructed to date, of which 
more than 750 miles were approved during the past year, a mileage which 
exceeds that constructed in any former year. There are now nearly 19,000 
customers supplied in the rural power districts. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR YEAR 1926 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian 

Bay 
- system 


St. 

Lawrence 

system 


Ottawa 

system 


Central 

Ontario 

and Trent 

system 


Totals 


Cost of power as provided 
to be paid under sec. 23 
of the Act 


$ c. 

228,166.74 

162,453.48 
65,991.03 
54,146.52 
13,536.63 
14,559.51 


$ c. 

8,927.47 

6,313.19 

3,474.03 

2,506.58 

626.64 

795.67 


$ C. 

4,743.44 

1,928.25 

1,759.09 

1,368.56 

342.13 

373.27 


$ c 

1,984.95 

3,200.49 
1,453.00 
1,141.11 

285.28 
308.96 


$ c. 

10,926.34 

6,723.18 

3,398.87 

2,801.19 

695.70 


$ c 

254,748.94 


Cost of operation, main- 
tenance and adminis- 
tration 

Interest 


180,618.59 
76,076.02 


Renewals 


61,963.96 


Contingencies 

Sinking fund 


15,486.38 
16,037.41 






Total expenses 

Revenue from customers 


538,853.91 
664,763.35 


22,643.58 
25,301.98 


10,514.74 
12,151.39 


8,373.79 
8,073.99 


24,545.28 
32,842.76 


604,931.30 
743,133.47 


Surplus 


125,909.44 


2,658.40 


1,636.65 




8,297.48 


138,501.97 


Deficit 


299.80 


299.80 














Net surplus 












138,202.17 

















Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summary of the year's operation of the electric utilities of 

the municipalities which operate under cost contracts with the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $22,677,999. 28 

Cost of power. $12,326,255. 18 

Operation, maintenance and administration 4,551,856. 16 

Debenture charges and interest 3,465,120.44 

Depreciation 1,157,579.05 

Total 21,500,810.83 

Surplus for the year, includes surplus from H-E.P.C $1,177,188.45 



The above covers only the municpalities operating Under cost contracts 
with the Commission. 

Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 
The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
$55,471,213.04, made up as follows: 

Niagara system $18,625,079 71 

Georgian Bay system 1,163,189.74 

St. Lawrence system 287 539 18 

Rideau system '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.[ 154|504]21 

Thunder Bay system 3 15 59Q 45 

Ottawa system 7304 95 

Central Ontario and Trent system 2 134* 171 74 

Nipissing ...'..'.".'.'.' 'l06,'744.04 

Bonnechere storage 7217 21 

Service buildings and equipment 433473 05 

Insurance — Workmen's compensation and staff pension insurance 1,516,'596!94 

Total reserves of Commission $24 751 41 1 22 

Total reserves of municipal electric utilities 30,7 19*801 [82 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $55 471 213 04 



viij NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 
241, shows a total cash balance of $2,136,290.79, and bonds and other investments 
of $1,400,316.43. The total surplus in the municipal books now amounts to 
$20,411,509.32, in addition to a depreciation reserve and sundry other reserves 
aggregating $10,308,292.50. 

The Commission has been sensible of the necessity of building up its 
reserves in order to maintain this important public service en a sound financial 
basis. During the past six years there have been placed in operation power 
properties — including that of the Toronto Power Company acquired by purchase 
— that have involved a capital outlay aggregating $133,000,000. As each of 
these properties came into actual operation supplying power to the systems of 
the Commission, the process of setting up reserves commenced. It may be 
pointed out that the reserves of the Commission during the past three years 
have more than doubled. 



The following is a brief summary of the principal operations relating to the 
several systems of the Commission : 



Niagara System 

The Niagara system embraces all the territory lying between Niagara Falls, 
Hamilton, and Toronto on the east, and Windsor, Sarnia, and Goderich on the 
west, served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river. 

There has been a steady increase in the number of consumers supplied on 
this system, and also in the loads supplied by the Commission to the munici- 
palities. The ninth unit at the Queenston generating station was put into 
operation in December, 1925. 

There are no large power developments under construction by the Commis- 
sion at the present time to serve the Niagara system and the power supply 
available from the Niagara river will all be in use about the end of the year 1928. 
In order to provide for the immediate future demands for power the Commission 
during the year entered into a long-term contract with the Gatineau Power 
Company for 260,000 horsepower. Delivery of the first block of this power is 
to be made about the end of the year 1928. This power will be generated from 
the Gatineau river in the Province of Quebec, and will be received by the Com- 
mission at the inter-provincial boundary on the Ottawa river. It will be trans- 
mitted over a 220,000-volt steel-tower transmission line to Toronto where the 
transmission line will be tied in to the Niagara system. In connection with this 
transmission line, aerial surveys have been carried out during the past year and 
have greatly facilitated the work of planning the route to be followed by the 
transmission line. Construction of this line will be commenced during 1927. 
The power received from the Gatineau river will be 25-cycle power similar to 
the supply at present given in the Niagara system of the Commission. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of $155,769,- 
665.97 and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund and contingencies 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION ix 

aggregate $18,625,079.71. In the rural power districts of this system, which are 
operated directly by the Commission, the revenue for the year from customers 
was $664,763.35, and the total cost of supplying the service was $538,853.91, 
leaving a balance of $125,909.44, which is placed to the credit of the districts in 
this system. The greater part of this surplus is returnable to the users in the 
form of reduced rates or cash . 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system, the actual cost of power during the year was $295,317.28 less than the 
amounts of the interim bills. The municipal electric utilities operated with a 
net surplus of $773,037.94 after providing $1,001,261.17 for depreciation. Only- 
three municipalities had actual deficits during the year and these were very small, 
aggregating $1,842.32. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in 
this system was $19,461,266.84, an increase of $1,554,195.70. 

Georgian Bay System 

The Georgian Bay system, as now constituted, serves that portion of the 
province of -Ontario which surrounds the southern end of Georgian bay and 
lies to the north of the territory served by the Niagara system, the boundary 
between the two lying south of the municipalities of Lucknow, Wingham, and 
Orangeville. It includes the district surrounding lake Simcoe and extends as 
far north as Huntsville, embracing all of the counties of Bruce, Grey, and Simcoe, 
and the district of Muskoka, as well as the northern portions of Huron, Welling- 
ton and Ontario counties. 

The combined generating capacity of the six plants feeding this system 
approximates 22,000 horsepower inclusive of a frequency changing plant at 
Mount Forest capable of transferring power both ways between the Georgian 
Bay and the Niagara systems. One of the generating plants, viz. : that at Hanna 
Chute, was completed and placed in operation during the year. This new plant 
consists of one unit rated at 1,550 horsepower under a thirty-foot head and is 
operated by remote control from the switchboard in the South Falls generating 
station. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of $5,259,249.53 
and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund, and contingencies 
aggregate $1,163,189.74. In the rural power districts of this system, which are 
operated directly by the Commission, the revenue for the year from customers 
was $25,301.98 and the total cost of supplying the service was $22,643.58, leaving 
a balance of $2,658.40 which is placed to the credit of the districts in this system. 
The greater part of this surplus is returnable to the users in the form of reduced 
rates or cash. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system the actual cost of power during the year was $101,856.43 less than the 
amounts of the interim bills. The various municipal electric utilities operated 
with a net surplus of $110,421.37 after providing $44,381.63 for depreciation. 
Five small municipalities operated with losses aggregating $1,503.94, whereas 
the total revenue of the municipal electric utilities of the system was $936,353.17. 
The year just closed has been the best from a financial standpoint in the history 
of the Georgian Bay system and marked improvement has taken place in every 
item of the financial statement. 



x NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

St. Lawrence System 

The St. Lawrence system serves the district immediately to the north of the 
St. Lawrence river between Brockville and Cornwall; the supply of power for 
the system being purchased from the Cedar Rapids Transmission Company, 
delivery being made at a point near Cornwall. Service is given to eleven muni- 
cipalities, six rural power districts and two companies. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of $1 ,062 ,444.88 
and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund and contingencies 
aggregate $287,539.18. In the rural power districts of this system, which are 
operated directly by the Commission, the revenue for the year from customers 
was $12,151.39, and the total cost of supplying the service was $10,514.74. leaving 
a balance of $1,636.65, w r hich is placed to the credit of the districts in this system'. 
The greater part of this surplus is returnable to the users in the form of reduced 
rates or cash. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system, the actual cost of power during the year was $32,365.96 less than the 
amounts of the interim bills. The municipal electric utilities operated with a net 
surplus of $47,111.53 after providing $9,891.00 for depreciation. Two munici- 
palities in this system had small deficits aggregating $557.91. The total revenue 
of the municipal electric utilities in this system was $208,616.51. 

Rideau System 

The Rideau system serves the district in the vicinity of Smiths Falls, Perth 
and Carleton Place. Power is available from two generating plants, one at 
Carleton Place and the other installed by the Commission at High Falls. Both 
are situated on the Mississippi river. The Commission also purchases power 
from the Rideau Power Company of Merrickville. The Carleton Place plant 
was in operation during the past year as a standby. The system supplies five 
municipalities situated between the Ottawa and St. Lawrence rivers, west of 
Ottawa. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of $1 , 161 ,658.24 
and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund and contingencies 
aggregate $154,504.21. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system the actual cost of power during the year was $24,481.39 less than the 
amounts of the interim bills. The various municipal electric utilities operated 
with a surplus of $24,632.60 after providing $8,775.00 for depreciation. There 
were no deficits. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in this 
system was $207,147.56. 

Thunder Bay System 

The Thunder Bay system serves the municipalities situated in the district of 
Thunder Bay at the head of the Great Lakes. Power supply for this system is 
obtained from the Commission's hydro-electric developments on the Nipigon 
river, about seventy miles east of Port Arthur. The Cameron Falls generating 
station is complete with an installation of 75,000 horsepower. Storage works 
at the outlet of lake Nipigon regulate the outflow from the lake and the reservoir 
capacity is sufficient to provide for a complete regulation of the flow. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xi 

During the past year the load previously established has been fairly well 
maintained. Although the actual highest twenty-minute peak established in 
December on the Thunder Bay system was some 3,000 horsepower less than 
for the corresponding period during the previous year, due to the fact that in 
1925 a large block of power was temporarily and for a short period supplied to 
the Kaministiquia Power Company to assist that company on account of low- 
water conditions, yet the average load for the full period of the year, or the total 
load sold on the system, was approximately 2,500 horsepower greater than for 
the previous year. A similar condition existed in the Port Arthur load, the highest 
December peak established during the year being some 2,200 horsepower less 
than in 1925, the total average load taken for the entire year, however, being 
increased by 1,754 horsepower. 

Extensive preparation has been made to provide for large increases in power 
demands for 1927 and 1928, and in a preliminary way for anticipated increase in 
load up to the year 1932. The construction of the new Alexander development 
situated one-and-one-half miles below the existing Cameron Falls development 
on the Nipigon river was begun by the Commission and has progressed favourably 
during the year. 

The city of Fort William, at the beginning of the year, passed by a large 
majority a money by-law to provide funds for the purpose of constructing a 
distributing station to handle the power to be taken from the Commission in 
accordance with its contract — made, in 1917, at the time the decision was being 
reached to develop power on the Nipigon river — to take power in December, 
1927. This station was designed and the construction thereof supervised by the 
Commission. The Commission has also, during the year, extended its 110,000- 
volt transmission line to provide service for the city of Fort William and has also 
constructed a terminal substation adjacent to the municipal substation. Both 
of these undertakings were completed during the year and will be ready for 
operation on the date when the city ceases to take power from the private 
company and becomes a part of the Thunder Bay system. The initial load of 
the city of Fort William will approximate 8,000 horsepower. 

Arrangements were completed during the year by the city of Port Arthur 
for supplying 15,000 horsepower additional to two existing pulp and paper 
companies. As the present Cameron Falls development will be fully loaded with 
the increase in the demand for power during 1927 and 1928, inclusive of the Fort 
William city load and that of the extensions to the two large pulp and paper 
mills in Port Arthur, the Commission plans to place the first unit of the Alex- 
ander development in operation at the end of 1929. 

The Commission, in the Thunder Bay system, has a total capital invest- 
ment of $12,724,571.03, and accumulated reserves for renewals and contingencies 
aggregate $315,590.45. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in 
this system was $745,952.55, and the total revenue collected by the Commission 
for power sold to municipalities and private companies was $841,314.59, being 
$53,641.60 greater than the total collections from the same customers during 
1925. 

Ottawa System 

The Ottawa system comprises the city of Ottawa and the Nepean rural 
power district. It receives its power from a hydro-electric development on the 
Ottawa river adjacent to the city. Power for the Ottawa system is purchased 
through the Hydro-Electric Power Commission from a private corporation and, 
therefore, the municipalities of the Ottawa system are not acquiring any 



xii NI NETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

equities nor establishing reserves in power generating and transmission systems. It 
is interesting to note that, although Ottawa enjoys a very low average cost 
for electrical energy for domestic service, its net surplus after providing 
$54,242.00 for depreciation was $47,666.47, an amount equal to more than 
nine-tenths of the revenue received by the electrical utility of the city for the 
commercial power service it supplied. 

Central Ontario and Trent System 

The Central Ontario and Trent system serves the district bordering the 
north shore of lake Ontario lying between the territory on the west served by 
the Niagara and Georgian Bay systems and that on the east served by the 
St. Lawrence and Rideau systems. The nucleus of this system was the group of 
properties formerly controlled by the Electric Power Company, Limited, and 
operated by it through the agency of twenty-two subsidiary companies. These 
properties were all purchased by the province of Ontario in March 1, 1916, 
and have been operated by the Commission as trustee for the Province since 
June 1, 1916. Since that date the system has been greatly enlarged in order to 
meet the constantly growing needs of the district. ■• 

Twelve municipalities, ten of which have been connected to the system 
since the date of purchase, operate their own distribution systems under con- 
tracts with the Commission. These municipalities are grouped in what is 
termed the Trent system. This system also includes certain rural power districts. 

The power supply for the Central Ontario and Trent system is obtained 
from a number of power developments situated on the Trent and Ottonabee 
rivers. The power developments were constructed in conjunction with dams 
required for navigation purposes. During the year investigations respecting the 
possibilities of the Crow river storage basin for increasing the power supply on 
the Trent river were continued. 

For the purpose of the financial statements the Nipissing system, referred 
to below, is included with the Central Ontario and Trent system. After meeting 
operating, maintenance, and interest charges out of the revenue from the system, 
the balance remaining was insufficient — -by the sum of $8,528.67 — to provide 
the necessary reserves. In view of the fact that the purchase bond issue was 
refunded at a higher rate of interest (March 1st, 1926), the revenue of the system 
will be required to provide, in future, additional funds to meet this increase, in 
addition to a provision for obsolescence and debt retirement. 

The total reserves to date provided out of earnings and held specifically for 
the benefit of the system amount to $2,240,915.78. 

Trent System 

The twelve municipalities operating their own distribution systems under 
cost contracts with the Commission in the district known as the Central Ontario 
and Trent system have been grouped under the above heading. They are 
served with energy from, and are considered as customers of, the Central Ontario 
and Trent system. Their combined operation for the year shows a net surplus 
of $70,844.03 after providing $30,549.95 for depreciation. There were no 
deficits. 

Nipissing System 

This system comprises the city of North Bay, the town of Powassan and the 
villages of Callander and Nipissing, and was acquired by the Province in 1916, 
at the same time as was the Central Ontario system property the records of 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xiii 

which on the Commission's books include the Nipissing system. The Nipissing 
system is supplied with power from two hydro-electric developments on the 
South river, at Nipissing and Bingham Chute. 

The franchise of the private company which served the city of North Bay 
prior to the acquisition by the Province of the Nipissing system, along with the 
other property of the Central Ontario system, expired at the end of 1926. The 
Commission has carried on the operation of the North Bay system in accordance 
with this franchise until the present time and, during the year, has investigated 
the future operation and discussed the matter with the municipal authorities 
concerned. It is expected that during the coming year a decision will be reached 
which will be satisfactory to all parties. 

The Annual Report 

The Table of Contents, pages xvii and xviii, conveys a good understanding 
of the scope of the matters dealt with in the Report > to which there is also a 
comprehensive Index. To those not conversant with the Commission's Reports 
the following notes will be useful. 

In Section II, pages 9 to 55, dealing with the Operation of the Systems, are 
a number of interesting diagrams showing, graphically, the increase in the loads 
on the various systems. Tables are also presented showing the amounts of 
power taken by the various municipalities during the past three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III on pages 70 to 75. 
The power distributed to rural districts is, and probably must always be, but a 
relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. The 
supplying of electrical service in rural areas, and especially on the farm, has, 
however, been of great economic benefit to Ontario. The Provincial grants-in- 
aid to this work have been of assistance to agricultural activities, and have 
enabled the Commission to extend transmission lines to many areas which could 
not otherwise have received the benefits of electrical service. 

In Sections IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About two-thirds of the Report is devoted to statistical, financial data 
which are presented in two Sections, IX and X. 

Section IX presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the Commission in the generation, transformation and trans- 
mission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities. It is intro- 
duced by an important explanatory statement which appears on pages 123 to 
127, to which special reference should be made. 

Section X presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the municipalities in the localized distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers. It also contains details of the costs of electrical energy 
to consumers in the various municipalities and tabular statements of the rates 
in force which have produced these costs. An explanation of the various tables 
and statements is given at the commencement of this Section on pages 231 to 235; 
and a special introduction to Statement "D," which relates to the cost of elec- 
trical service in Ontario, together with a diagram, appears on pages 338 and 339. 



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The aim of the Commission is to give in its Annual Report the fullest 
details respecting the activities of the whole undertaking. The various elec- 
trical systems are being operated for the benefit of the people, with the Com- 
mission as the central co-ordinating trustee acting for the municipalities who 
have combined to work their electrical properties in co-operation. 

Because of the fact that in so short a period it has come into control of 
practically the entire electrical services of the more settled areas of this vast 
Province, the Commission realizes that, from time to time, some controversial 
issues must inevitably arise in one community or another. It is, however, 
remarkable how seldom such issues do arise. Moreover, the Commission, from 
actual experience, is able to state that these local difficulties can always be 
adjusted, even though at times the adjustment cannot be brought about as 
quickly as desired. It is largely a question of sincere co-operation, and in this 
connection I have much pleasure on behalf of my colleagues and myself in 
expressing to the Press of the Province, as well as to the various co-operating 
municipal bodies, gratitude for the generous support we have enjoyed. 

Finally, I would recall that the Commission's business is not only to supply 
power at cost, but at as low a cost as is consistent with the maintenance of a 
highly efficient equipment and the provision of proper safeguards in the way of 
reserves. This can be accomplished only through the exercise by the various 
members of our organizations of the closest supervision over their respective 
activities. It is their function to reduce waste to a minimum and to be con- 
tinually on the alert to obtain better results. I should like to take this oppor- 
tunity of expressing the warm appreciation the Commission entertains for the 
loyal co-operation of its staff and for the good-will displayed by those associated 
with other organizations which have co-operated in furthering matters with 
which the Commission has had to deal. 

For the success of such an organization as the Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission, the establishment of the most complete confidence is a vital essential. 
This implies the light of publicity. To this end the information in the following 
pages has been compiled and published, and it is confidently believed that the 
facts recorded in this Report justify the whole-hearted support which is being 
extended to this great enterprise. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles A. Magrath, 

Chairman. 



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Toronto, Ontario, March 31st, 1927. 
Charles A. Magrath. Esq., 

Chairman, Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

Toronto , Ontario. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith the Nineteenth Annual 
Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended October 31st. 1926. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary. 






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CONTENTS 

Page 



Section 

I. Legal Proceedings: 

Acts (see also Appendix I) 
Right-of-way and Lands - 



II. Operation of the Systems: 

General ---------------- 9 

Niagara system ------ _._ 12 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 26 

St. Lawrence system - - - - 34 

RlDEAU SYSTEM - - ------- 37 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 38 

Ottawa system --------------- 43 

Central Ontario and Trent system ... - 43 

NlPISSING SYSTEM ----- 53 



III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system - 56 

Niagara system — Rural ------------ 62 

Georgian Bay system ------ 63 

St. Lawrence system - 65 

RlDEAU SYSTEM - - 65 

Thunder Bay system ------ __66 

Ottawa system -------- 67 

Central Ontario and Trent system ---.- 67 

NlPISSING system ----- 68 

New Ontario district ------------- 69 

Rural distribution ------------- 70 



IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system ------- -76 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 78 

Thunder Bay system ------- 80 

Central Ontario and Trent system --------- 82 

NlPISSING system ----- 82 

Hydraulic investigations ------------ 82 



V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system - 85 

Georgian Bay system - - 90 

St. Lawrence system .-. -___92 

Rideau system - - - 92 

Thunder Bay system - 92 

Central Ontario and Trent system - - 94 

NlPISSING system 94 



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Section Page 

VI. Transmission systems (see also Appendix II): 

Niagara system ----- 95 

Georgian Bay system - - - - 98 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 98 

Central Ontario and Trent system - 98 

NlPISSING SYSTEM -------------- 98 

VII. Laboratories - - - _-••-•■■•-.■•*.- . _ 99 

Electrical Inspection ------ 109 

VIII. Electric Railways: 

Essex district railways - - - - - - - - - - - -112 

guelph district railways ------- 117 

Toronto and York district railways - - - - 118 

IX. Financial Statements re Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 

Explanatory statement respecting the accounts - 123 

General detailed statement of assets and liabilities - - - - - 128 

Niagara system ------ 138 

Georgian Bay system - - - - - - - - - - - - - 178 

St. Lawrence system ------------- 19? 

RlDEAU SYSTEM ---- 200 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 204 

Ottawa system - -- -- 208 

Provincial Treasurer, account with --------- 210 

Hydro-Electric railways - - - - - 212 

Central Ontario and Trent and Nipissing systems - - - - - - 215 

Appropriations, advances and capital expenditures - - - - - - 226 



X. Municipal Accounts: 

Explanatory statement ------------ 231 

Consolidated operating report - 236 

Consolidated balance sheet ----------- 239 

Statement A — Balance sheets ----- 242 

Statement B — Condensed operating reports ------- 282 

Statement C — Detailed operating reports -------- 296 

Statement D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of consumers, 

AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR, ETC - - - - 337 

Statement E — Respecting street lights - - 425 

Statement F — Cost of power and power rates ------- 438 

Statement G — Domestic service and commercial lighting rates 446 

Appendix I. Acts. ------ 461 

Appendix II. Transmission line records - --------- 468 

Appendix III. Distribution lines and systems - 482 

Index --_---..-... 4J.9 



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ILLUSTRATIONS 

Page 
Chats Falls on the Ottawa River - - - - - - • - ' _- - - -Frontispiece 

Ftobicoke Hydro-Electric System Office Building: 

Exterior view --------------- 57 

Main floor of the show-room ------------ 59 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric System Building: 

Main floor of the show-room ------------ 60 

Exterior view - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 61 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Interior of a barn showing 3-horsepower motor ------- 69 

Farm buildings equipped with electrical service - - - - - - - 70 

Queenston-Chippawa Power Development: 

General view from the United States side of the river ----- 77 

Muskoka River Power Developments: 

Hanna Chute — view of up-stream side of power house ------ 79 

South Falls — general view of power house, penstocks, etc. -'.-...-.- 79 

Nipigon River Power Developments: 

Main dam at Virgin Falls ---- .-.-81 

Nipigon river bridge from up-stream side --------- 81 

Alexander Rapid — site of new development - - - - - - - - - 81 

Queenston-Chippawa Power Development: 

General view of generator room showing nine units - 86 

Islington Distributing Station ------------- 87 

St. Clair Transformer Station - - - - - - - - - - - 89 

Muskoka River Developments: 

Hanna Chute — Power house from down-stream side ------- 91 

Hanna Chute — Interior view showing generating unit ----- 91 

South Falls — General view from tailrace - - 93 

South Falls — Interior of generating room -------- 93 

Transmission Lines — Niagara System: 

Four-circuit line entering Toronto near Sunnyside ------- 95 

Four-circuit tower near entrance to Toronto 96 

Proposed Transmission Line — Gatineau River to Toronto: 

Portions of aerial map showing wooded section, farming section and rock 

section ----- -97 

Short- Wave Radio Installation — Toronto to Thunder Bay District: 

Aerial on roof of Administration Building, Toronto 101 

Front and rear views of short-wave radio transmitter ------ 103 

Engineering Materials Laboratory: 

Micro-photographs of sections of steel shaft of generator - - - 107 

Hydro-Electric Railways: 

One-man, two-man safety car, seating capacity 60 persons 113 



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DIAGRAMS 

Page 

Niagara system — Peak loads, 1910 to 1926 - 11 

Queenston Generating Station — Peak loads, 1922 to 1926 14 

Ontario Power Generating Station — Peak loads, 1922 to 1926 - - - - - 15 

Toronto Power Generating Station — Peak loads, 1923 to 1926 - - - - - 16 

Niagara System — Operating diagram - .---- 17 

Niagara system — Monthly kilowatt-hours taken by the, 1918 to 1926 19 

Niagara system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ------- 20 

Georgian Bay system — Peak loads, 1919 to 1926 --------- 27 

Georgian Bay system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ----- 30 

St. Lawrence system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1926 --------- 34 

St. Lawrence and Rideau systems — Diagram of stations ------ 36 

Rideau system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1926 ----------- 37 

Thunder Bay system — Peak loads 1916 to 1926 -------- 39 

Thunder Bay system — Diagram of stations ----- 41 

Ottawa system — Peak loads, 1917 to 1926 - - 42 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Operating diagram - - 44 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Peak loads, 1916 to 1926 ----- 45 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Diagram of stations ------ 47 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Precipitation diagram, Otonabee watershed 49 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Diagram showing general operating data - 50 

Ni pissing system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1926 54 

Xi pissing system — Diagram of stations ----- 55 

Rural distribution — Mileage of primary lines approved 73 

Control of concrete — Diagrammatic representation 109 

Essex District Railways — Operating statistics - - - - - - - - 115 

Guelph District Railways — Operating statistics - - - - - - - - 119 

Toronto and York Railways — Operating statistics - - 121 

Cost of Electrical Service in Municipalities served by the Hydro-Electric Power 

Commission 339 



MAP 

Transmission lines and stations of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario At end of volume 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Hydro- Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



SECTION I 

LEGAL 

HIS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative 
Assembly of the Province of Ontario, in 1926 passed three special Acts 
relating to the work of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
These Acts are reproduced in full as Appendix I to this Report. The short 
titles to the said Acts are as follows: 

The Power Commission Act 1926, Chapter 17. 
The Hydro-Electric Railway Act 1926, Chapter 18. 
The Toronto Radial Railways Act 1926, Chapter 113. 

Amalgamation of Power Developments at Niagara 

The amalgamation authorized by the Power Commission and Companies 
Transfer Act of 1924 was consummated. The power developments at Niagara 
Falls, formerly carried on under the name of the Ontario Power Company and 
the Toronto Power Company as separate organizations, are now operated 
directly by the Commission in conjunction with the works which the Commission 
has constructed. The Power Commission and Companies Transfer Act of 1925 
provides for the transfer of the title to the land in the Registry Office by regis- 



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nation of the Statute and Agreements together with a li^t of the property 
affected. This constitutes notice of the transfer to the Commission and carries 
forward the chain of title on the Abstract. Registration and transfer in this 
manner of all the lands of the Ontario Power Company and the Electric Develop- 
ment Company have been completed; of the lands of the Toronto & Niagara 
Power Company, in whose name was registered the transmission line from 
Niagara Falls to the Davenport terminal in Toronto, registration and transfer 
have been completed for some 400 parcels. 



Toronto Power Company Properties 

Under the Toronto Power Company Purchase Agreement (Clean-Up), a 
deposit had been retained with the Trust Company to secure performance of a 
number of undertakings. This had gradually been reduced and upon perform- 
ance of the remaining undertakings, the balance of the deposit was released 
during the year. 

Proceedings have commenced in connection with the expropriation of 
the steam plant property at Scott street for the viaduct and negotiations 
have also taken place in respect to this property as affected by the Harbour 
improvements. The transmission lines and right-of-w T ay formerly belonging 
to the Toronto and Niagara Power Company from Davenport to the Falls 
have involved the ordinary number of matters affecting property, fencing 
and wire rights. 

Toronto and York Radial Railways 

As part of the Clean-Up agreement it was necessary for the Commission 
to take over what is known as "The York Radials." As part also of the same 
transaction the Commission then transferred to the city of Toronto the electrical 
light plant and that portion of the York radials within the city, and retained, 
as trustee for the city, the York radials outside the city limits. The result of 
this, so far as the railway situation was concerned, was to extinguish the per- 
petual franchise on Yonge street within the city limits and to leave three 
unconnected radial lines operated by the Commission for the city. The original 
proposal was to secure the co-operative partnership of the municipalities through 
which the radials passed and a right-of-way for an entrance to the centre of the 
city. This proposal, however, had to be abandoned in 1924 when the city voted 
against the entrance of the radials into the city. Later it was suggested, in view 
of this fact, that Toronto should take over, either directly or through the Toronto 
Transportation Commission, the management of these lines. As the original 
plan had been abandoned and there appeared no prospect for any municipal 
partnership in the ownership and control of the lines there was no further advan- 
tage in the Commission remaining as trustee, and the Commission co-operated 
with the city authorities in reaching an agreement for transfer of the radials 
to the city. 

The City Council approved this course early in the year. Application was 
then made to the Legislature at the last session and legislation was obtained 
for the purpose. This appears as The Toronto Radial Railways Act, 1926. 



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Under this Act the Commission and the Corporation may, with the approval 
of the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council, enter into an agreement to provide for 
the transfer of the railways from the Commission to the Corporation upon a 
date to be therein named. Immediately upon the passing of this Act, nego- 
tiations commenced and after numerous conferences between the Legal depart- 
ment of the Commission and the city solicitor the terms of the transfer were 
settled in a form of agreement. Schedules of property were prepared. The 
agreement itself involved not only the provisions necessary for the actual 
transfer and for the meeting of obligations but also provisions in regard to the 
bonds and debentures which constituted the original purchase price of the 
railways and which had to be continued under similar conditions until the 
bonds could be retired on maturity. Provisions were also necessary in regard 
to power supply for the railways and to the joint use of certain property. The 
agreement was approaching final form at the 31st of October, 1926. 

During the negotiations the Commission was still carrying on the operation 
of the railways and this involved the usual amount of legal work. The radials 
for the most part are situated upon highways and several matters in relation to 
the widening of the highways and the opening of new streets required attention. 



Power from the Gatineau River 

The largest single transaction during the year for the increase of the power 
supply of the Commission was the purchase from the Gatineau Power Company 
of 260,000 horsepower. A contract was prepared and submitted for consideration 
to the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council. It was approved and completed. 



Power Rights 

Legal questions and difficulties in connection with power rights and possible 
developments on the Ottawa and Trent rivers were under consideration through- 
out the year. 



Litigation 

The Commission was made defendant along with the Government in a 
suit brought by lumbering interests at the head of the lakes, over water flow 
in Dog lake and Kaministikwia river. The action was fought in the courts 
and the Commission discharged from all liability. As against the Commission 
the action was dismissed with costs. Other important litigation was dealt with 
and the interests of the Commission successfully protected. 



Stamford Township 

The Council of the township of Stamford made claims in regard to taxes. 
In one previous instance the matter had been carried to the courts and the 
Commission sustained in its position. However there are special circumstances 
in connection with the tax problem at Niagara, and after long negotiations with 



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the township officials an amicable adjustment has been reached with Stamford 
township, under which a lump sum will be paid to the township in full of all 
taxes for a period. 



Electric Railways 

For the railways, other than the Toronto & York Radial Railways, which 
the Commission is operating in other parts of the Province, a number of contracts 
were prepared for the furnishing of equipment. A standard contract for adver- 
tising was prepared. Contracts were also drawn for operation of buses on 
certain routes. Rather than venture in the first instance on. purchase of the 
buses, the Commission has arranged for their use under terms satisfactory to 
both parties, which may, if the use is justified, ultimately result in purchase. 
Quite a number of claims were dealt with and disposed of. Some of these 
involved litigation and reasonable success was attained. 

The extensions, improvements and additional works and equipment for 
the Essex County Railway made necessary by the rapid growth of the Border 
Cities involved the issue of $1,000,000 of bonds and the deposit by the muni- 
cipalities of their debentures with the Commission as collateral security. The 
necessary by-laws and resolutions as well as the bonds and debentures were 
prepared and completed and the procedure required by the statute carried out. 
The legislation was secured which validated the debentures and by-laws and 
made three new municipalities which had been erected, namely the towns of 
Tecumseh, Riverside and La Salle parties to the agreement for the operation of 
the Essex County Railway. 



Purchase of Equipment 

The Commission during the year extended its plants and undertook new 
works. These matters required quite a number of contracts for hydraulic and 
for electrical equipment. The growth of existing systems also made necessary- 
agreements for additional equipment and for replacements. Some questions 
which arose in regard to equipment previously purchased were considered 
and negotiations successfully carried on. 



Sale of Power 

Numerous contracts for sale of power to manufacturing concerns and 
others w r ere drawn and these have since been executed. Several were for a long 
period and for a large quantity of power. Particular circumstances in not a 
few instances required special attention. There were also a number of contracts 
with municipalities in which the municipality assumes the risks of Hydro under- 
takings along with other municipalities. A re-arrangement was effected in 
connection with exchange of power at the Niagara river. With the exception 
of one contract made some time ago by a company which was subsequently 
taken over by the Commission, the Commission is not now obliged to furnish 
any fixed quantity of power or to deliver any that may be required for use in 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 5 

Canada. A revision was prepared of the form of consumer contract for rural 
work. Many enquiries in regard to outstanding contracts were dealt with and 
answered . 



Lighting on Highways 

The increasing traffic on highways has forced upon many rural communities 
the installation of street lighting. The schemes for street lighting authorized 
by the legislation were designed primarily for urban municipalities. Recently, 
methods were provided to assist rural municipalities. These in the main work 
satisfactorily. A number of rural communities, however, seem to have special 
problems or difficulties of their own and feel that their particular needs are not 
exactly met. This brings in a series of enquiries and usually after some explan- 
ations and suggestions the difficulties are overcome and a scheme undertaken 
in pursuance of the existing legislation. 



Special Acts 

The three special Acts mentioned at the beginning dealt with particular 
circumstances. In addition to these an amendment to the Municipal Act was 
passed which is of general interest to all public utilities. Subsection 3 of 
section 400 of the Municipal Act permits the raising of monies by a municipality 
by means of debentures for completion or extension of existing works without 
the necessity of a vote, provided approval is obtained from the Ontario Railway 
and Municipal Board. Prior to the legislation of 1922, there was provision for 
executing the work required by means of temporary borrowings and then when 
the money had been ascertained after the completion of the work for funding 
the cost by a debenture issue. The restoration of this provision was secured. 



Changes in Local Systems 

Several municipal systems were transferred during the year. In one 
instance the assets of a private firm were acquired. In others, local munici- 
palities assumed the system within their bounds which the Commission had 
been operating and extending after acquiring the same as part of the assets of 
one of the companies taken over some time previous. A new town formed from 
part of a township took over that portion of the system within its limits which 
had previously been part of a rural power district. In another place lines extend- 
ing into surrounding territory from an urban municipality were acquired and 
made part of a rural power district. 



Legal Assistance to Municipalities 

From time to time enquiries were received from municipalities. These 
concerned many different matters ranging from construction or extension of 
works through powers and duties under the legislation and operating problems 
down to the treatment of arrears. These were matters which had to be handled 
by the Legal department of the Commission because they were peculiar to 
"Hydro" work. 



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The sale of apparatus and material no longer required and the rental of 
construction equipment not needed for use at the time was covered by agreement 
in each case sufficiently protecting the interests of the Commission. 

Line Crossings 

The transmission lines in the different parts of the Province come in close 
propinquity to or cross railway lines and lines of communication companies at 
numerous points. Many of these crossings are under the rules and regulations 
of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada because the other organi- 
zation is subject to the jurisdiction of that authority. The great majority of 
those encountered during the year were arranged by agreement. In other 
instances negotiations resulted satisfactorily. With the very large number of 
such crossings throughout the province there was only one case where damage 
occurred. This was where a siding had been constructed under a transmission 
line and an accident on the siding caused damage to one of the towers. This 
was amicably adjusted. 

Lines on Highways 

With the multiplicity of public services on the highways, problems arose 
as to space and location of lines for the different companies affected. In urban 
municipalities a tendency toward carrying as many services as possible on one 
line of poles resulted in a number of agreements for joint use. In the rural 
sections telephone service usually preceded the electric service by a number of 
years. The electric service necessarily followed similar routes because those 
who had already installed telephones were usually those who requested electric 
service. Where, as in rural work, the distance between customers makes cost 
a serious element, all parties are concerned with the most economical construc- 
tion. Negotiations were carried on throughout the year with the Bell Telephone 
Company and also with the Independent Telephone Association. Any mis- 
understanding that might have arisen locally was cleared away. Considerable 
progress was made toward efficient co-operation. 

Special circumstances regarding a few transactions in land required con- 
siderable attention. Differences encountered were readily solved. Quite a 
number of miscellaneous items demanded effort and time. General average, 
highway re-arrangement in connection with Chippawa construction, sinking 
fund obligations and shipping claims were adjusted without resorting to 
litigation. 

RIGHT-OF-WAY AND LANDS 
Land Survey and Title Records 

During the past year over seven hundred deeds were recorded in title 
record books; one hundred and twenty-three plans and descriptions were 
prepared for right-of-way on transmission lines and power development on 
current purchases. 

In addition to the above over six hundred records of deeds, and various 
easements were recorded. 

A complete record of all lands owned or leased by the Commission is now 
available. 



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Right-of-Way 

Settlements of claims for flooding at Hanna Chute and Hollow lake have 
been nearly completed. In this connection it was found necessary to close a 
number of streets on the town plot of Muskokaville and also to divert certain 
roads in the township of Draper. An agreement has been reached with the 
council of that township whereby the Commission has undertaken to construct 
new roads in lieu of those closed. The necessary by-laws have been passed 
by the township council and transfers of the lands involved have been made. 

The transfer of certain lands near the lake shore in the city of Toronto 
between the H umber river and Strachan avenue has been secured from the 
Harbour Board and the Commission's right-of-way between those points is now 
complete. 

The passing of titles and the transfer of the power properties at Appleton, 
Play fair, Ragged Rapids and Blakeney on the Mississippi river in the county 
of Lanark has been finished and these properties are now vested in the 
Commission. 

Negotiations have been continued with the Dominion Government and 
with a 'number of private owners in connection with development work at the 
various dams on the Trent canal. These titles as well as the several agreements 
between the Dominion Government and the different owners have been found 
to be very complicated and a number of matters in this connection are still 
under consideration. 

The location of poles for new power lines on many of the provincial and 
other highways of the Province has rendered necessary a great deal of corres- 
pondence as well as personal negotiations. Owing to the large amount of 
highway improvement work being carried on throughout the Province by the 
Department of Public Highways and also by the Good Roads committees of 
the different counties, the Commission has received many requests to re-locate 
poles and lines, and due to the fact that in so many cases the lines of the Bell 
Telephone Company and rural telephone lines and in some cases telegraph lines 
as well as power lines are situated on these roads a great deal of study has been 
found necessary in order to avoid friction between the interests represented. 

As usual a considerable number of claims for damages and accidents have 
been referred to this department and settlements have been made without resort 
to litigation. 

The construction of rural power lines has been very active during the year 
and in all cases, before the actual work of construction has been commenced, 
arrangements have been made with the different departments, commissions or 
corporations having control of the roads on which it is proposed to construct 
the lines, for the location of the poles, wires, etc. This has involved a great deal 
of correspondence and negotiation. 

The following is a list of rural lines which have been under construction 
during the year and for which right-of-way has been secured and damage and 
other claims adjusted : — Amherstburg, Apple Hill, Aylmer, Ayr, Baden, Barrie, 
Barton, Beamsville, Beeton, Belle River, Blenheim, Bothwell, Brampton, 



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Brant, Brigden, Burford, Chatham, Chesterville, Colborne, Delaware,. Dor- 
chester, Dundas, Dutton, Elmira, Elora, Essex, Exeter, Forest, Gait, George- 
town, Grantham, Guelph, Haldimand, Harrow, Ingersoll, Jordan, Keswick, 
Lansing, Listowel, London, Lucan, Lynden, Mariposa, Markh am, Milton, 
Mitchell, Nepean, Newmarket, Niagara, Norwich, Oshawa, Petrolia, Pickering, 
Ridgetown, Sandwich, Scarboro, Simcoe, Sparrow Lake, Stayner, Strathroy, 
Streetsville, St. Jacobs, St. Thomas, Tavistock, Tilbury, Tillsonburg, Wal- 
singham, Walton, Waterdown, Waterford, Welland, Woodbridge, Woodstock. 

Right-of-Way settlements have been made during the year on the following 
low tension lines and incidental damage and other claims connected therewith 
have been settled: — 

Healy Falls to Norwood, St. Clair junction to Petrolia junction., 

Napanee to Kingston, St. Thomas station to Aylmer, 

Port Hope to Newcastle, Essex to Windsor, 

Port Darlington and Bowmanville, Welland to Port Colborne, 

North of Markdale, Burford to Waterford, 

Eugenia system, Simcoe to St. Williams, 

Waubashene to South Falls and Matchedash Bay, Michigan Central Railway pump hou >e t eeder, 

Hanna Chute to South Falls, Junction Pole to Riverside station, 

Chesterville to Morewood, Arkona feeder line, 

Morewood to Russell, Line to Ontario Supply & Transport Company, 

Niagara T.S. to Toronto power station, Northern Construction Company to Port 

St. Thomas to Sarnia, Colborne station. 

Lands no longer required by the Commission have been disposed of as 
follows: In town of Amherstburg, one parcel; in township of Artemesia, one 
parcel; in village of Chippawa, two parcels; in township of Glanford, one parcel; 
in town of Kingsville, one parcel; in township of McKillop, one parcel; in town 
of New Toronto, one parcel; in city of Niagara Falls, two parcels; in city of 
Toronto, one parcel; in township of Stamford, five parcels. 

Sites for substations have been purchased at the following places:- — Dash- 
wood, Fort W'illiam, Jordan, Riverside, St. Williams. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



Operation during the fiscal year of 1925-26 resembled the preceding year in 
its chief characteristics. The generating capacity was increased by 107,000 
horsepower, which is more than the growth in the load. Following similar 
conditions during the last two years, the operation of the systems generally has 
been relieved from the anxieties and difficulties experienced in previous years 
when equipment often had to be operated at heavy overloads and the supply of 
power at times curtailed to carry out necessary maintenance work. The exist- 
ence of a reasonable margin between the capacity available and the demand for 
power has enabled the operating staff to take equipment out of service for 
inspection and maintenance when required, usually without interference with 
the supply to customers. This has resulted in an improved service in most 
districts, and equipment generally has been maintained in good operating 
condition. An outline of the changes in operating conditions and of the main- 
tenance work performed during the year will be found under the headings of the 
respective systems. 

Another factor favouring operation this year, on the Central Ontario, 
Rideau, Georgian Bay, Nipissing, and Thunder Bay systems, has been the 
unusually favourable precipitation. The time at which most of the precipitation 
occurred, during the summer and early fall, was of particular advantage on these 
systems, supplementing the water stored on the various watersheds during the 
spring, and reducing the amount evaporated, thus aiding in the maintenance of 
a better stream flow during what is usually called the dry season. 

The load of all systems shows some increase, as will be seen by reference to 
the load graphs for each system given herein. The increase in the peak demands 
of all systems has been 56,000 horsepower, and the total power used has increased 
296,000.000 kw-hr. or 11 per cent. Although this increase represents a large 
amount of power, it cannot be regarded as equal to the normal rate of increase 
as established over a period of years, probably due to industrial conditions which 
were generally quiet during the year. 

The: figures given in the preceding paragraph apply only to the power used 
on the various systems, excluding power exported, and, therefore, the increases 
noted above are not exactly the same as shown in the table of power generated 
and purchased, which includes a quantity of power exported under existing 
contracts. 



10 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED AND PURCHASED 





Normal 


Peak load 


Total output 




operating 


during 


during 


Plant 


capacity 


fiscal year 


fiscal '/ear 




Oct. 31, 1926 


1925-1926 


1925-1926 




horsepower 


horsepcwer 


kilowatt -hours 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 



Niagara: Queenston plant 

Niagara: "Ontario Power" plant, 
Niagara: "Toronto Power" plant 

Sidney, Dam No. 2 

Frankford, Dam No. 5 

Meyersburg, Dam No. 8 

Hague's Reach, Dam No. 9 

Ranney Falls, Dam No. 10 

Seymour, Dam No. 11 

Heely Falls, Dam No. 14 

Auburn, Dam No. 18 

Fenelon Falls, Dam No. 30 

Cameron Falls 

Big Chute 

Eugenia Falls 

Wasdells Falls 

South Falls 

Hanna Chute 

High Falls 

Carleton Place 

Nipissing 

Bingham Chute 

Totals, hvdro-electric plants. 



522,790 


525,469 


2,156,131,000 


183,650 


182,306 


790,558,700 


147,450 


141,823 


226,618,000 


4,020 


4,423 


14,760,800 


3,485 


3,215 


11,741,900 


6,430 


8,579 " 


19,919,290 


4,500 


4,691 


10,065,260 


9,650 


11,394 


35,955,960 


4,020 


4,316 


16,442,700 


12,060 


15,818 


32,796,460 


2,010 


2,547 


9,822,470 


1,000 


938 


3,779,140 


75,000 


49,044 


198,557,600 


5,700 


5,737 


17,179,080 


7,300 


7,144 


16,707,400 


1,200 


1,213 


4,609,280 


5,200 


5,550 


23,457,600 


1,500 


1,474 


93,600 


2,400 


2,755 


5,697,240 


428 


509 


06,680 


2,346 


2,299 


6,077,760 


1,200 


1,351 


2,377,480 


1,003.339 


982,595* 


3.603,445,400 



STEAM PLANTS 



Toronto steam plant 



20.000 



POWER PURCHASED 





Contract 

amount 

horsepower 


Peak 
horsepower 


Total per :hase 
kilowatt-hours 


Canadian Niagara Power Co 


20,000 

322 
1,200 
7,500 

650 

17,500 

1,876 


21,716 

322 

1,500 

6,790 

979 

16,976 

1,930 

2,010 

268 


111,488,800 


Hamilton Cataract Power Co 

Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission. **. 
Cedar Rapids Power Co 


300,677 
266,000 

24,932,500 


Rideau Power Co 


2,873,736 


Ottawa & Hull Power & Mfg. Co 


52,542,000 


Campbellford Water & Light Commission .... 
Peterborough Hydraulic Power Co. f 


221,900 

^4,890 


Canadian General Electric Co. f 


L soo 


Corporation of Fenelon Falls, f 




Total purchased 


49,048 


52,491* 


192,712,303 






Grand total, 1926 


1,072,387 
961,992 


1,035,086* 
946,274* 


3,796,157,703 


Grand total, 1925 


3,213,757,154 






Increase 


110.395 


88,812 


582,400, S49 



*Peak totals given are direct sums of plant peaks as shown without allowance for diversity 
in time. Therefore these totals do not indicate the demands on the various system-; where 
there is more than one plant supplying power. 

fReciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 

**Due to parallel operation of plants under existing long term agreement. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



II 



HORSEPOWER 



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FEB 

MAR 

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MAY 

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1.000.000 



900,000 



800,000 



700,000 



600,000 



500,000 



400,000 



300,000 



200,000 



100,000 



12 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The power exported consists in part of firm power supplied under long-term 
contracts (made by the Ontario Power Company before it was acquired by the 
Commission). The balance is surplus or off-peak power sold under temporary 
agreements to utilize the surplus generating capacity now available until the full 
output is required on the Niagara system. There has been a large increase in 
this surplus power exported during the past year, and including the total power 
exported with the system load increases, the total power generated or purchased 
by the Commission shows an increase of 582,000,000 kw-hr. 

While the generating capacity in operation has been sufficient to meet all 
power demands during the past year, it will be noted that there are no additional 
plants or extensions under construction at the end of the year, except on the 
Thunder Bay system, and that the full available capacity has a margin of only 
23 per cent over the power required during the past year, including firm power 
exported under contracts, but not the surplus power exported, 

Summing up the operation of all systems, it may be said that this year has 
seen still further refinement in the quality of the service which it has been possible 
to give, that there has been a general freedom from serious damage to equipment, 
and that the various plants have been maintained in a condition of high efficiency. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



The operation of the Niagara system this year resembled that of the other 
systems in that the provision of additional generating capacity — in the form of 
the ninth generator at Queenston, rated at 62,000 horsepower — more than 
covered the year's growth in the system load, which, as may be seen by reference 
to the load graph given herein, amounted to 45,000 horsepower.* 

The precipitation, which favoured hydro-electric development on other 
systems, had no direct effect at Niagara, as the use of water on the Canadian 
side is controlled by the Dominion government under the terms of a treaty with 
the United States. As the amount of water allotted to the Commission is fixed, 
the problem has been to operate the different plants of the Commission so as to 
develop the most power from the water allotted, taking into consideration 
the existing equipment and lines acquired or constructed by the Commission. 
The amount of power being handled is so immense, the possible interconnections 
are so complex, and the quantity of apparatus involved is so large, each piece 
having its own capacity limitations, that the operating staff has had many 
problems to solve in order to meet changing load conditions and take care of 
the increased demand for pow r er. As the Queenston plant will develop more 
than twice the amount of power that the other plants can produce with the same 
amount of w r ater, the general aim is to use the water at Queenston as far as load 
conditions and apparatus will permit. In order to deal with the numerous 
details involved in constantly changing load conditions, and to insure the greatest 

*XOTE: These figures, as well as others given elsewhere in the written text, refer to the 
fiscal year ending October 31. It has been possible to complete the load graphs to the end of the 
calendar year, and it will be noted that the system load increase for the calendar year is 70,000 
horsepower. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 13 



possible development of power from the water and equipment available, the 
Operating department has this year appointed specially trained operators as 
load despatchers for the Niagara Falls plants. 

The general record of the operation of the Niagara system, in the generating 
plants, in the transformer stations and on the transmission lines generally, has 
been very satisfactory. The service given during the year is to some extent 
indicated by the remarkable fact that power has never been entirely off the 
system for a single minute. Certain sections have suffered interruptions to 
their supply of power, but generally these interruptions have been few and of 
brief duration, particularly with respect to the high-tension transmission lines. 
The low r - tension distributing lines and stations have also given satisfactory 
service. In a few districts abnormal storms caused some damage and 
interruptions. 

Queenston Generating Station 

On December 5, 1925, No. 9 generator, rated at 62,000 horsepower, was 
placed on load. As shown in the table of power generated, published in this 
Report, the normal operating capacity of this plant is now 522,000 horsepower, 
and it has carried over 525,000 horsepower in actual operation. 

Last year's Report rated the plant at 442,360 horsepower, or 80,000 horse- 
power less. The ninth generator installed this year accounts for 62,000 horse- 
power of this difference, and the balance is due to a change in the rating of the 
plant for operating purposes, it having been found in actual operation that the 
plant has a greater output capacity than the figure previously used. 

In this connection it may be well to repeat a caution given in previous 
Annual Reports regarding possible misinterpretation of figures representing the 
capacity of any plant. Consideration must be given, not only to the capacity 
limitations of the different pieces of equipment, but also to the nature of the 
load and to general operating conditions. Without a detailed explanation 
of all the conditions existing or assumed in fixing a capacity rating, the figures 
given should be regarded as only an approximate indication of the load a plant 
can carry. As explained in previous Reports, the capacities mentioned in this 
section of the Report refer to ratings put on the various plants by the Operating 
department for operating and statistical purposes. While setting a standard 
for the plant under normal operating conditions, they are subject to change with 
changing conditions, and do not necessarily indicate the maximum output of 
the plant for short periods, its continuously available capacity, or the manu- 
facturer's ratings of the units comprising the plant. 

The stator windings on Nos. 2, 3 and 4 generators were reconnected in order 
to provide additional relay protection for these machines, and repairs were made 
to the field-coils on Nos. 3, 6 and 7 generators. 

A bronze runner was installed on No. 2 unit, to replace the badly eroded 
cast-steel runner. Repairs were made to the cast-steel runner on No. 3 machine. 

One of the 11 0,000- volt lines between Queenston and Niagara transformer 
stations was connected at the latter station with a new 110,000-volt tie line from 



14 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



HORSEPOWFR 



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HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


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MAR 
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MAI 
JUNE 
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HORSEPOWER 



700,000 



600,000 



500.000 



400.000 



300.000 



200.009 



100,000 



the Toronto Power plant. At Queenston end four transformer banks were 
equipped with special disconnecting-switches on the high-tension side to facilitate 
rapid change-over of the transformer banks from 60,000 volts to 110,000 volts, 
or vice versa. This permits 60, 000- volt load , formerly supplied from the Toronto 
Power plant, to be supplied from Queenston when desired. Connections were 
also made with the 60,000-volt lines crossing the Niagara river. These changes 
enable us to operate this station at a higher load factor. 



A considerable amount of interior decorating was done during the year. 
The usual routine of inspection, testing and maintenance has been carried on 
and the plant kept in excellent operating condition. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



HORSEPOWER 





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APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUU 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
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JAN 
FEB 
MAM 
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200.000 



150.000 



100.000 



50,000 



Ontario Power Generating Station 

; he field-coils of Xos. 5, 6 and 7 generators were reinsulated during the 
year and a breakdown in the armature on Xo. 7 generator was repaired. 

On October 31, No. 2 pipe line was drained arid opened for inspection. It 
was found to be in first-class condition. This is a reinforced concrete pipe, 18 
feet in diameter. 



Differential relays were installed on Xos. 1 to 14 generators to give improved 
protection. 

A private automatic telephone exchange was installed and put in service on 
December 8, 1925, connecting all offices and departments at this plant and at 
the Queenston and the Toronto Power generating stations. 

The relief valves on turbines Xos. 1 to 10 were reconstructed during the 
year. The new design of relief valve is much more effective in eliminating 
shocks on the penstocks than the old design. 

The regular inspection and maintenance of all equipment was carried out 
during the year and the plant maintained in good operating condition. 



16 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 



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FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
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200.000 



150,000 



100,000 



50.000 



Toronto Power Generating Station 

Kingsbury thrust bearings were installed on generators Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10 and 11, to replace the oil-pressure type of thrust bearing originally installed 
on these machines. The old-type bearings were continually breaking down, and 
on the average one had to be replaced each year. This trouble is practically 
unknown with the Kingsbury type, and much less oil-pumping equipment is 
required. As a result the operating staff has been reduced by eight men since 
the Kingsbury bearings were installed, at a saving of over $12,000 per year in 
wages alone. This saving in four years will amount to more than the total cost 
of the new bearings. 

A new set of three reactors was installed on No. 3 generator, the old reactors 
having burned out. 

On October 1, 1926, coils in No. 5 generator broke down and the stator is 
now being repaired. 

The lighting system on the generating floor and thrust deck was rearranged, 
and more effective illumination obtained. 

A new 110,000-volt tie line was brought into the Toronto Power transformer 
station, connecting it with the Niagara transformer station. 

Some painting, glazing, pointing-up and general repair work was done on 
the buildings during the year, and the equipment maintained in first-class 
operating condition. 

The individual unit system of oil supply for operating the turbine governors 
is being changed over to a central pumping system. A by-pass valve is being 
added to each governor dashpot to enable the governor to operate automatically 
at a high rate, under large load changes. Both of these alterations, when com- 
pleted, will increase the reliability of the plant, and lead to a further reduction 
in the number of operators necessary. The saving in wages alone will amount 
in three or four years to the total cost of the changes being made. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 




\S NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Transmission, Transformation and Distribution 

The power supply to the 110,000- volt system from the generating plants 
in the Niagara River district has been practically continuous throughout the 
year. The supply to the eastern section was without interruption, while the 
western section had two interruptions totalling two and a half minutes. 

The operation of the 110,000-volt system intwo sections was continued 
throughout the year. 

A new 110,000-volt line on wood poles from St. Thomas to Sarnia, and the 
new St. Clair high-tension transformer station, having a capacity of 8,550 kv-a., 
were put in service during the year, improving conditions in the Sarnia district. 

At Niagara Falls a 110,000-volt tie line on wood poles was put in service 
during the year connecting the Toronto Power transformer station with Niagara 
transformer station. At the latter station this tie line can be connected with a 
110,000-volt line from Queenston plant, and both operated at 60,000 volts. By 
this means the 60,000-volt load at Welland and Thorold, formerly supplied only 
from the Toronto Power plant, can be supplied from Queenston, effecting a 
considerable saving in water consumption. 

Another 110,000-volt, steel-tower line, carrying two circuits, was put into 
into operation between Queenston plant and Halton junction, near Burlington. 
At the latter point it taps into two of the existing lines between Dundas and 
Toronto, increasing the number of paths by which power may be delivered to 
the stations in that part of the system, and permitting the load to be supplied 
from Queenston by a more direct route. This line is of new construction, 
except for the section across Burlington beach where two circuits on the former 
Toronto Power Company line, which had not been in service for several years. 
were re-insulated and connected in as part of the new line. 

On the distributing lines, the following were put into operation: 26,400-volt 
circuits from St. Clair transformer station to Sarnia junction (tapping existing 
line to Sarnia municipal station), from Watford to Alvinston, from Essex trans- 
former station to Ford, and from Essex transformer station to Windsor; 26,400- 
volt extensions from existing lines to Port Dover and to the Ontario Supply and 
Transport Company; 13, 200- volt circuits from Woodbridge to Kleinburg, and 
from Exeter to Dashwood; and 4,000-volt lines to Wm. Couse and Sons, Streets- 
ville, and from Tilbury to the Michigan Central Railway. 

Considerable maintenance work was done on the 26,400-volt line from 
Essex transformer station to Amherstburg. One 13, 200- volt line from York 
transformer station to Weston was re-insulated and partly changed to larger 
conductor. The line from Waterloo to Elmira was restrung with larger con- 
ductor and re-insulated. The line from St. Thomas to Port Stanley was re- 
insulated. 

On the high-tension lines and distributing lines the usual inspection and 
maintenance work was carried out during the year. On the 110,000-volt lines 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



KILOWATT-HOURS 



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Note. — The exceptional increase at October, . 


1923, is accounted for by the increment of load 


of the Toronto Power Company and the Ontario 


Power Company, — less export power. 


10M 






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TAKEN BY THE 


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1Q18 TO 1926 





HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

I I I I I II I I I I I i I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I 


MAR 

SEPT 

NOV 
Oil 
JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APH 
MAY 
JUNE 

AUO 

SEPT 

OCT 
NOV 

JAN 
(IB 

APH 

JUNC 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 
OEC 

FEB 

APH 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DE< 

JAN 

MAM 
APH 

JUNE 

AU(1 

SEW 
OCT 

NOV 



KILOWATT-HOURS 



250,000,000 



200,000,000 



150,000,000 



100,i 



50,000,000 



20 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

inspection was made of 107,637 insulator units, of which 1,448 tested defective 
and were replaced. This gives a percentage of 1.38 per cent defective and 
eliminated. 

During the year there was a total of fifty-three lightning storms, thirteen 
of which covered the entire system. On March 31, a severe wind and sleet 
storm caused considerable damage to 26,400-volt lines out of Brantford and 
Stratford, and to the 13,200-volt lines out of Guelph, Kitchener, Cooksville, 
York and Toronto. This line trouble caused damage to three 5,000-kv-a. 
transformers at Toronto and three at Brantford which necessitated their re- 
building. 

At Kitchener a new bank of three 5,000-kv-a. transformers was put into 
service, making the capacity of this station 22,500 kv-a. 

At York station and at the Strachan Avenue station, Toronto, connections 
were made so that in emergencies 13,200-volt power could be supplied to York 
station from Toronto over one of the 110, 000- volt lines. This also permits the 
high-tension oil-breakers and other equipment at York station to be taken out 
of service for inspection and adjustment, without interrupting service. 

Considerable maintenance work was carried out on the telephone lines and 
a new telephone line was put into service to Amherstburg, tapping the present 
lines from the Essex transformer station. 

The routine inspection and maintenance of all station equipment was 
carried out during the year, so that all equipment is in first-class condition. 

During the year a number of changes have been made in the capacity of 
the distributing stations due to growth in load, as follows: — 

Kitchener transformer station \ new bank of three 5,000-kv-a. transformers 

was installed Nov. 15, 1925 

St. Jacobs distributing station ... .Three single-phase, 100-kv-a. transformers 

installed in place of one three-phase, 
150-kv-a. transformer Nov. 1, 1925 

Essex distributing station Capacity increased from one 150-kv-a. trans- 
former to three 150-kv-a. transformers. . Feb. 6, 1926 

New Toronto distributing station. . Capacity increased from 4,500-kv-a. to 

6,000-kv-a Nov. 29, 1925 

Thorold distributing station Three 25-kv-a. booster transformers installed May 9, 1926 

Tavistock Increased from three 75-kv-a. transformers to 

three 150-kv-a. transformers May 23, 1926 

Fergus Increased from three 75-kv-a. -transformers to 

three 150-kv-a. transformers Feb. 14, 1926 

Harrow Increased from one 75-kv-a. transformer to 

one 150-kv-a. transformer July 18, 1926 

New Toronto Increased from 6,000-kv-a. to 7,500-kv-a. 

(Took out one 1,500-kv-a. and installed 

one 3,000 kv-a.) July 25, 1926 

Leamington Increased from three 150-kv-a. transformers 

to three 250-kv-a. transformers May 30,1926 

Milton Pressed Brick Increased from three 75-kv-a. transformers to 

three 75-kv-a. transformers plus three 

50-kv-a Oct. 30, 1926 



D BELLE RIVER - 
D AMHERSTBURG 
D HARROW 




O WALKERVILLE 

D CANADIAN SALT CO. 

Q WALKERVILLE JCT 

□ SANDWICH 

D FORD 

O PETRIMOULX 



D DRESDEN 
□ RIDOETOIVN 



I D OIL SPRMOS 
a WALLACEBURG 

D THAMESVILLE 



SANDWICH RP.D (PART) 
SANDWICH RPD (PART) 
SALT BLOCK ROTARY- CONVERTER 
ESSEX DIVISION HEPC CONVR S\ 
SANDmcH R.PD. (PART) 




D BOTHWELL ■ 
□ BRIGDEAI 
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LACEBURO R 
GLASS I 
CWiLERYCO 
CLENCOE 
WARDSVILLE 
NEWBURY 
BOTHWELL RP.D. 
CHATHAM R.PD. 



D PORT STANLEY 
■ O ST THOMAS 

D DUTTON — DUTTON R.f 

i D tV£-S7- LORNE . RODNEY 

' OST THOMAS R.PD. 

— LONDON & PORT STANLEY RY. ' /S, 

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OR AND BEND R.PD. 
DORCHESTER R.P.D. 
THAMESFORD 



Oi 

□ EXETER 



O BROUGHDALE 



GENERATING STATIONS 
TRANSFORMER STATIONS 
DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 
MUNICIPAL OR CUSTOMER STATIONS 
STATIONS i LINES IN SERVICE 
STATIONS A LINES NOT COMMISSIONS 
PROPERTY 
RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



■ MT.BRYDGES 

LAMBETH 
. DELAWARE RPD. 

LONDON RPD. (PART) 

LONDON R.PD (PART) 

BROUGHDALE 
. OXFORD PARK 



O KITCHENER 

g D NEW HAMBURG - 

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- D ELMIRA 

D ST JACOBS 



O STRATFORD - 
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PRESTON R.PD. (PART 
BADEN RPD (PART) 

BADEN RPD. (PART) 
ELMIRA RP.D. 

ST JACOBS RPD. 



STRATFORD i 



DRAYTON 

MOREF/ELD 

HARRISTON 



D DUBLIN 

- EUGENIA SYSTEM (TIE LINE) 

flYALTON RP.D. 
BLYTH 
BRUSSELS 




O ONTSUPPLYtTRANSPORTCO 

; O SARNIA SARNIA PP.. 

ETROLIA WYOMING 

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GEORGETOWN R.PD. 



FORBES MILLS 



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□ DECEWSVILLE 
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D LYNDEN 

D HAGERSVILLE - 



LYNDEN R.PD. 
BARTON R.PD. 
HAGERSVILLE 



f O AMERICAN CYANAMID CO 1 
NF. CUSTOMERS -A O CAN. RAMPO IRON WORKS] '^ 000i 
NIAG. FALLS' CITY [— QN. VICTORIA PARK N.F. COM. 2,S00V. 
MONTROSE 



CHIPP. CONSTSTA. ' 

CHIPPAWA ■ CHIPPAWA R.P.D. 2,300 V. 

STAMFORD TWP. STAMFORD RP.D 

QUEENSTON MARRY Q , LECM£TALS c0 /s , 0ooi , M .O, 

[ O EMPIRE COTTON MILLS !i J 

PILKERTONGLASSCO., _ mLLAND Rpo (pART) ^ 

- STD. STEEL CONST.CO. 2,300!. 220 V 



T HOP OLD 
CUSTOMERS 



O CONIAGAS REDUCTION CO. 
O BEAVER WOOD FIBRE CO. 
O ONTARIO f 




COLBORNE 
WELLAND R.PD (PART) 



ONT. BRICKtTILE C 



NEW TORONTO 



D LONGBRANCH 

□ ETOBICOKE TWP. 
O'SLINGTON TORSUB RY 

D WOODBRIDGE 

O MIMICO 

O ISLINGTON 


ETOBICOKE TWP. 

VAUGHAN TWP. 
WOODBRIDGE RP.D. (PART) 
BOLTON 


D TORONTO TWP. 


BOLTON R.PD. 
WOODBRIDGE R P D (PART) 


O PORT CREDIT BRICK CO 


BRAMPTON RP.D. 


□ PORT CREDIT 

D STREETSVILLE 


STREETSVILLE RP.D. 



O CANADA SHALE BRICK t 



\0 ELECTRO METALS 




□ NEWMARKE 



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Oexolon ca I JQ « D * N 

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NIAGARA SYSTEM 

ftt CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER '31. 1926 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



192: 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



\t*\v distributing stations have been placed in operation with transformer 
equipment as follows: — 

Kleinburg N 1638 Three 150-kv-a.' transformers. 

Sharon N 360 Three 150-kv-a. transformers. 

Alvinston One 150-kv-a. transformer. 

Port Colborne One 1 ,500 kv-a. transformer (across 

canal). 

St. Clair X 18 fllO-kv.) Four 2,850-kv-a. transformers. 

Port Dover X 1245 One three-phase, 300-kv-a. transformer- 
Mitchell rural power district station One three-phase, 150-kv-a. transformer. 

Tillsonburg rural power district station Three single-phase, 75-kv-a. trans- 

- formers. 
Leahey distributing station (Welland municipal station i Two 1,500-kv-a. transformers. 

Ontario Supply and Transport Company Three 250-kv-a. transformers. 

Islington distributing station Three 250-kv-a. transformers. 

Riverside One 1,500-kv-a. transformer. 

Dashwood Three 75-kv-a. transformers. 

Jordan One 300-kv-a. transformer. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM-LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Change in load, 
1925-1926 



Oct., 1924 Oct.. 1925 Oct. 1926 Decrease* Increase 



Acton 359 . 2 

Agincourt 50 . 9 

Ailsa Craig 64.3 

Alvinston 135.0 

Amherstburg 301 .0 

Ancaster township 225 . 2 

Aurora 460 . 6 

Aylmer ^10.0 

Ayr 73.4 

Baden 252 7 

Barton township 473.0 

Beachville 400 5 

Belle River 65 6 

Blenheim 307 

Blyth 70 io 

Bolton 94 

Both well 149 

Brampton 1,300 3 

Brantford 7,384.8 

Brantford township 319 6 

Brigden 133 5 

Brussels 101 .6 

Burford $3 ' 6 

Burgessville 40 2 

Caledonia , 198 . 4 

Campbellville 13 9 

Cayuga 49 6 

Chatham },454.2 

Chippawa village 142 .0 

Clifford 32 1 

Clinton 312.3 

Comber. 1 70 2 

Courtright 28. S 



230.5 
19.0 
51.0 

3,698.3 
241.6 

34.3 
337.8 
217.1 

28.8 



437.0 


492.0 


54.9 


80.4 


65 . 7 


85.8 


117.4 


103 . 2 


319.0 


405 . 6 


268.1 


272.1 


545.6 


577.7 


384.0 


363 . 2 


88.7 


100.5 


314.2 


288.2 


551.5 


540 . 2 


370.0 


450 . 9 


77.7 


100.5 


372.6 


285 . 3 


56.3 


58.9 


92.6 


94 5 


150.1 


1 64 . 5 


282.8 


1,598.1 


400.1 


9,085.1 


320.7 


320.6 


110.7 


27.6 


107 2 


101.9 


81.7 


96.1 


40.0 


42.6 



238.4 
16.3 

112.6 
3,841.3 

293 . 6 
40.2 

331.1 

176.9 
36.8 



14 2 



20.8 



26.0 
11.3 



87.3 



0.1 
83.1 

5 3 



6.7 
40.2 



55 





25 


5 


20 


1 


86 


6 


4 





32 


1 



80.9 

22.8 

'2!6 
1.9 

14.4 
315.3 
685.0 



14.4 



61.6 

143.0 

52.0 

5.9 



*ln some instances the decreases shown are due entirelv c 
rom a municipality to a newly-established rural power district. 



in part to transference of load 



22 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1924 Oct., 1925 Oct., 1926 



Change in load, 
1925-1926 



Decrease* Increase 



Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

Elmira .' 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Etobicoke township. . . 
Exeter 

Fergus 

Ford City 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville , 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London township V.A 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Louth township 



42.3 

19.0 

55.1 

81.7 

190.3 

49.2 

36.2 

1,064.3 

395.4 

163.5 

615.0 

289.1 

53.1 

25.4 



1,215.8 
270.8 

292.2 

1,473.2 

193.0 

5,095.3 

570.5 

97.3 

898.0 

45.0 

6,122.0 

780.1 

23,954.0. 

. 225.2 

95.7 

67.1 

699.7 

60.3 

118.0 

1,551.9 

135.0 

219.8 
10,482.5 

59.0 

414.2 

489.3 

17,418.0 



164.7 
119.3 



57.6 

17.7 

73.2 

76.4 

273.4 

44.9 

37.0 

1,206.4 

473.2 

163.5 

713.1 

343.1 

63.0 

29.5 

4.0 

1,519.5 

313.6 

359.2 

2,031.0 

181.0 

5,290.0 

629.9 

121.4 

993 . 3 

59.0 

5,889.2 

864.6 
27,397.2 
235.1 
100.5 
77.7 
729.2 
107.2 
182.3 

1,713.2 

133.2 

269.4 

11,353.0 

76.9 
451.7 
473.2 
19,113.6 
116.0 
163.5 
134.0 
15.0 



65. 

20. 

77. 

80. 
262. 

42. 

42. 

1,256.0 

500 . 

185.0 

843.9 

226.5 

74.1 

37.5 

5.0 

1,866.5 

366.5 

408.8 

2,690.4 

200.2 

5,730.8 

617.8 

125.4 

942.3 

66.5 

6,208.8 

811.0 

31,672.4 

221.2 



128. 

99 

911. 

119 



225.2 

1,961.1 

137.7 

317.1 
11,969.5 

74.0 
538.8 
620.6 
22,317.0 
162.8 
170.2 
135.4 

25.0 



11.4 

2.0 



116.6 



12.1 

5L0 

53.6 
13.9 



2.9 



7.4 
2.6 
4.0 
4.0 



5.9 
49.6 
26.8 
21,5 

130.8 

8.0 

1.0 

347.0 

52.9 

49.6 
659.4 

19 ; 2 

440.8 
' 4.0 

' 7-! 5 

319.6 



4,275.2 



28.2 
21.5 
182.3 
12.1 
42.9 

247.9 



47.7 
616.5 



87.1 

147.4 

3,203.4 

46.8 

. 6.7 

. 1.4 

40.0 



*In some instances the decreases shown are due entirelv or in part to transference of load 
from a municipality to a newly-established rural power district. 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1924 Oct., 1925 



Oct., 1926 



Change in 
1925-192': 



Decrease* Increase 



Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mimico Asylum 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Norwich ' 

Oil Springs 

Ontario Agriculture College. 
Ontario Central Reformatory 
Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Sandwich 

Scarboro township 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 



91.0 

85.8 

615.3 

933.0 

433.0 

1,240.0 

37.5 

305.6 

40.2 

37.3 

29.5 
382 . 8 
596.0 
2,780.2 
6,106.0 
261.4 
445.0 

210.4 

174.2 

183.6 

51.7 

289.5 
1,104.1 

93.3 
792.3 

35.2 
496.0 
710.4 
306 . 3 
214.5 
131.1 
147.4 
2,497.3 

37.0 

91.0 

100.0 

3110 

391.4 

59.7 

74.1 



6,314.4 

57.6 

79.0 

47.2 

975.8 

3,825.1 

4,281.8 

1,610.4 

1,390.0 

402.1 

650.6 



114.0 

136.7 

697.0 

1,013.9 

395.4 

1,421.0 

37,5 

313.4 

45.0 

34.8 

25.5 
425.3 
631.3 
3,371.3 
6,914.2 
316.3 
256.0 

221.2 

252.0 

231.2 

60.3 

321.7 

1,217.5 

104.5 

785.5 

32.0 

568.3 

1,116.0 

349.2 

234.6 

233.5 

128.7 

2,576.4 

30.1 

76.4 

128.0 
347.8 
530.8 
57.6 
101.3 

6,273.8 

53.6 

80.4 

121.0 

1,246.6 

4,030.0 

4,721.8 

2,210.3 

1,423.2 

425.0 

760.0 



116.6 
96.5 

734.6 
1,021.7 

501.3 

1,561.7 

37.5, 

328.4 
49.6 
59.6 

34.8 
417.6 
675.6 
3,981.2 
7,821.2 
370.6 
236.6 

243.9 

269.4 

213.0 

90.5 

374.0 

1,224.5 

116.6 

790.6 

49.6 

565.7 

1,174.3 

359.2 

265.4 

214.5 

160.8 

2,788.2 

35.8 

87.1 

183.0 

340.5 

911.5 

67.0 

94.2 

7,335.0 

72.4 

87.8 

145.6 

1,169.6 

4,609.2 

5,148.8 

2,951.2 

1,585.0 

454.4 

791.6 



40.2 



7.7 



19.4 



18.2 



2.6 



19.0 



7.3 
7.1 



2.6 

37*6 

7.8 
105.9 

140.7 

*15!0 
4.6 

24.8 

9.3 

44.3 
609.9 

907 . 
54 . 3 



1.7 . 4 
30 ." 2 



7.0 
12.1 

5.1 

17.6 

' 5S.3 

10.0 

m . 8 

"'32.' 1 
211.8 
5.7. 

10.7 

55.0 

380.7 
9 A 



1,061.2 
18.8 

7.4 

24.6 

579.2 

427.0 
740.9 
161.8 

:•') . 4 

i '.51.6 



*In some instances the decreases shown are due entirelv or in part to transference of load 
from a municipality to a newly-established rural power district. 



24 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926— Continued 





Peak 1 


oad in horsepower 


Change in load, 
1925-1926 


Municipality 


Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease * 


Increase 


Springfield 


29.5 
796.4 

84.5 

5.466.4 

596.5 

497.3 

63.6 

218.5 

120.6 

108.6 

109.2 

45.0 

32.1 

697.0 

313.7 

536.8 

124,662.0 

710.4 

4,017.5 

1,292.9 

16.0 

195.0 

175.6 

2,245.3 

102.1 

2,202.4 

128.7 

278.8 

1.840.5 

59.0 

.15,932.9 

272.0 

3,280.5 

48.2 

364*5 
42.9 


95.1 
803.6 
95.2 
5,262.0 
632.7 
305.6 
101.3 

333.8 

163.5 

115.3 

127.3 

44.2 

55.0 

803.7 

357.9 

589.1 

179,405.0 

784.1 

3,607.2 

1,010.7 

16.9 

216.2 

303 . 7 

2,383.3 

119.3 

2,331.1 

120.6 

296.0 

2,030.8 

68 . 3 

18,461.3 

223.4 

3,534.8 

45.5 

2,709.0 
455 . 1 

101.9 


102.5 

1,134.0 

96.9 

6,454.3 

733.2 

510.7 

85.8 

391.4 

238.6 

128.7 

145.6 

58.4 

51.4 

885.4 

352.5 

690.3 

195,759.0 

911.4 

4,616.5 

1,701.1 

27.2 

157.2 

319.0 

2,681.0 

148.1 

2,943.7 

122.5 

332.4 

2,320.7 

88.4 

22,986.1 

136.9 

3,765.4 

53.0 

2,848.5 
603.3 

95.8 


15.5 

"3.6 
"5.4 

59.0 

'86.5 
6.1 


7.4 


Stamford township 


330.4 


Stouffville 


1.7 


Stratford 


1,192.3 


Strathrov 


100.5 


Streetsville 


205.1 


Sutton 




Tavistock 


57.6 


Tecumseh 


75.1 


Thamesford 


13.4 


Thamesville 


18.3 


Thedford 


14.2 


Thorndale 




Thorold 


81.7 


Tilburv 




Tillsonburg 


101.2 


Toronto 


16,354.0 


Toronto township 


127.3 


Walkerville 


1,009.3 


Wallaceburg 


690.4 


YYardsville 


10.3 


Waterdown 




Waterford 


15.3 


YV aterloo 


297.7 


Watford 


28.8 


Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 


612.6 

1.9 

36.4 

289.9 


Wheatlev 


20.1 


Windsor 

Woodbridge 


4,524.8 


Woodstock 


230.6 


\\ voming 


7.5 


"S ork, East, township 


139.5 


York, North, township 


148.2 


Zurich 









*ln >ome instances the decreases shown are due entirely or in part to transference of load 
from ?, municipality to a newh>established rural power district. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— NEW MUNICIPALITIES 





Municipality 


Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 




Initial 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fonthill 




June 1, 1926 
Nov. 1, 1925 


58.0 
101.1 


76.4 
101.9 




- 18.4 


LaSn'iV 




0.8 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1925-1926 



Rural power district 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



Oct., 1925 Oct., 1926 



Change in toad 
1925- 1926 



Decrease I ncrease 



Aylmer. 

Amherstburg 

Baden 

Barton 

Beamsville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Bolton 

Bond Lake 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brant 

Caledonia 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Delaware ■ 

Dorchester 

Drumbo 

Dundas 

Essex 

Exeter 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Goderich 

Grantham 

Guelph 

Haldimand 

Harrow 

Ingersoll 

Jordan 

Keswick 

Kingsville from Kingsville . . 
Kingsville from Leamington 

Lansing 

London 

Lyndjen 

Markham 

Milton 

Mount Joy 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Norwich 

Petrolia 

Preston 

Ridgetown 

Saltfleet 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro township 

Stratford 



42.4 

301.6 

35.2 

28.4 

351.2 

128.7 
17.2 
0.25 
303.0 

5.4 

4.0 
79.7 

2.4 
76.4 
92.2 

62.9 
117.8 
20.0 
53 . 6 
15. 5 

54.2 

24.8 

9.5 

20.0 

215.9 

35.8 
7.0 
4.0 



20.0 

78.3 
97.8 

130.0 
53.2 

529.5 

32.2 

52.2 

4.0 

4.0 

3.5 

360.8 

158.2 

S.3 

232.2 

80.4 

273.4 

480.2 

79.7 

14.2 

100.0 



31.9 

405.6 

53.7 

35.5 

396.8 

108.6 

21.0 

2.0 

284.2 
5.4 

10.5 
108.5 

11.4 
106.4 

87.1 

82.3 
163.7 

13.4 
209.1 

69.7 

71.5 

115.0 

9.5 

33.5 
294.2 

57.9 
10.0 
33.5 
4.0 
24.7 

109.6 
97.3 

135.7 
49.3 

619.2 

48.2 

71.0 

7.0 

5.0 

111.6 

403.7 

187.6 

1.6 

322.7 

97.8 

291.5 

561.6 

226.5 

15.0 

96.5 



10.5 

20.1 
i8*8 

5.'l 
6.6 



0.5 
3.9 



6.7 



104.0 

18.5 

7.1 

45.6 



3.8 
1.75 



6.5 
28.8 

9.0 
30.0 



19.4 
45.9 

155*5 
54.2 

17.3 
Q0.2 

13.5 

78.3 

22.1 
3.0 

29.5 
4.0 
4.7 

31.3 

' 5.'7 
S9 * 7 



16.0 

18.8 
3.0 

1.0 

108.1 

42.9 
29.4 

90.5 

17.4 

18.1 
81.4 

146.8 
0.8 



3.5 



26 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1925-1926— Continued 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


St. Jacobs 

St. Thomas 


128.3 

176.6 

6.5 

99.0 

1.0 

24.5 

2.0 

146.6 

94.3 
9.3 

16.0 

21.0 

510.0 

148.4 

178.3 


108.2 

219.1 

50.7 

67.0 

2.5 

34.3 

14.0 

145.0 

102.9 

11.4 

21.4 
180.6 
606.0 

177.5 
229.2 


20.1 
32*0 

" 1 .' 6 


42.5 


Simcoe 


44.2 


Stamford 




Streetsville 


1.5 


Tavistock 


9.8 


Tilburv 


12.0 


Tillsonburg 




Wallaceburg 


8.6 


\\ alton 


2.1 


Waterford 


5.4 


Waterdown 


159.6 


Welland 


96.0 


Wood bridge 


29.1 


Woodstock 


50.9 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 


Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Initial 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Duttori 


Mar. 1, 1926 
June 1, 1926 
Jan. 1, 1926 
Tune 1, 1926 
Tan. 1, 1926 
Dec. 1, 1925 


10.4 

8.0 

164.8 

3.2 

47.4 

18.0 


10.4 
22.1 
174.2 
22.8 
60.3 
28.1 






Elmira 


14.1 


Elora 


9.4 


Lucan 


19.6 


Mitchell 


12.9 


< )il Springs 


10.1 







GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



During the past fiscal year the demands for power on the various divisions 
of the Georgian Bay system (the Eugenia, Severn, Wasdells and Muskoka 
divisions) have been served from the Eugenia, Big Chute, Swift Rapids, Wasdells, 
South Falls and Hanna Chute power houses, and Mount Forest frequency 
chancer station, in a manner somewhat different from that of previous years. 

Due to the amount of precipitation in the fall of 1925, ample water was 
store- 1 in the reservoirs on the various watersheds, and river flows were well 
maintained throughout the year. This condition permitted certain of the 
plants to operate at high load factors, and reduced to a minimum the purchase 
of power for use on the system. 

The completion of a new storage dam on the Hollow Lake storage reservoir 
in December, 1925, added substantially to the storage available for the Georgian 
Bay system. 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



20.00C 



JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
OEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 


AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

OEC 




[ 


MM A . 192 


j L/s _i_ 


"la^D r» r 


_ 1 _ \ 


lori A / \ /\^' f 










:::: r sJ::::::::::::::::::::::. 




,z_ t 


1922 / \ + A J ^ 


1Q? 


1 _ n 1 J k_/ 




i^^L._i:-:L-..:...._..... 


1010 ^ S^ y\ 


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ffi____L_ "fl„_^__U^-- 


\J 


• K** * v v 












5000 ■ "GEORGIAN Bat stsilmvi" 


PEAK 


LOADS 






HYDRO ELECTRIC P< 


)WER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

I l I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I i II 


< 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 

AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 


AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR ' 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
OEC 



15.000 



10.000 



5.000 



NOTE:— The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdells and Muskoka divisions. In 
the diagram the load for the Muskoka division is not included until November, 1924. Details respecting 
this load for preceding years are given in earlier Annual Reports. 

The purchase of power from the Niagara system, through the Mount Forest 
frequency changer station, was discontinued at the end of the first week in 
December, and the set was thereafter used for voltage regulation, and for the 
supply of power in cases of emergency, and at times when maintenance work 
required sections of line feeding the district south of Eugenia power house to be 
taken out of service. 

The purchase of power from the Swift Rapids plant of the Orillia Water, 
Light and Power Commission was reduced to a minimum, but the Swift Rapids 
plant and the plants of this Commission continued to operate in parallel as in 
the past, with very beneficial results to the customers served by the two 
commissions. 

The South Falls generating station, with its increased installed capacity, 
and increased available storage, was operated at a high load factor, and in this 
way the system was relieved of the purchase of power. 

The Hanna Chute plant, rated at 1,120 kw. full load capacity, and situated 
about a half mile above the South Falls plant on the south branch of the Muskoka 
river, was placed in commercial operation on October 25, 1926. This increases 
the generating capacity of the Georgian Bay system, and allows better control 
of the water for use at South Falls plant. 

As in past years, the operation in parallel of the several sources of power 
situated on the various watersheds, permitted the general maintenance of lines, 
stations and power plants, with a minimum of interference to the supply of 
power to customers. 



28 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

On the dams on a number of lakes tributary to Hollow lake, the necessary 
maintenance was carried out and the storage dams available were operated 
to conserve all the water possible. The storage of water on this Muskoka River 
watershed has been a great benefit to power plant operation, and to the main- 
tenance of navigation levels on Lake of Bays. Such storage will be of greater 
benefit when years of low precipitation are experienced, as this year the natural 
flow of the various rivers was maintained at a much higher volume than usual 
during the summer and fall months. 

The demands for power on the Georgian Bay system, both on peak and in 
average load, are about the same as last year, due to the usual yearly increment 
in the loads being offset by the loss of several large customers on the Eugenia 
and Severn divisions. The water conditions on the various watersheds appear 
very favourable for power plant operation during the fall and winter of 1926-27. 



Severn Division 

The demand for power on this division showed a normal increase till June, 
at which time the plant of a large customer of the Midland Commission was 
damaged by fire, resulting in a reduction of the demand for power. For the 
balance of the year the demand for power in this division was about the same 
as last year. 

Extensive line maintenance was carried out during the summer season, 
especially on the testing and replacing of defective insulators. The testing was 
carried on by live-line testing equipment, recently developed, permitting of 
accurate and rapid work in the detection of defective line insulators. In the 
past this class of work has been carried on by visual inspection. A large amount 
of pole stubbing was carried out to reinforce poles affected by pole rot at the 
ground line. Defective crossarms and pins were replaced on the line sections 
inspected. 

On a number of the line sections, poles were adjusted and relocated to 
accommodate changes in location of highways, bridges, ditches, etc. 

The older type of horn-gap, air-break, line disconnecting-switches located 
on the high-tension lines north-west of Waubaushene, were replaced by a more 
modern type of horn-gap, air-break, line disconnecting-switch to improve 
operating and maintenance conditions, and as an added safety to the workmen 
while adjusting and repairing lines and equipment. 

In order to arrange for more adequate protection from lightning, high-tension 
arrester equipment was connected to each of the two lines entering the Barrie 
substation. The high-tension line disconnecting-switches in this station, which 
had given trouble in operation, were replaced by a better type of switch. 

At the Waubaushene auto-transformer station, which forms the connecting 
link between the Muskoka and Severn Division lines, a second auto-transformer, 
of 3,000-kv-a. capacity and a voltage ratio of 38,000/22,000 volts, was installed. 
This station now has capacity sufficient to transmit the maximum available' 
power. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 29 

The Stayner rural power district metering station was enlarged by the 
installation of three 75-kv-a. transformers, which step up the voltage from 
4,000 volts to 8,000 volts, for transmission and distribution on lines of this 
rural district. 

At the Big Chute plant, two cottages were built to afford the necessary living 
quarters for the married operators at this plant. The winter roadway between 
Big Chute plant and the railway at Severn Falls was improved, the bridges 
and culverts being rebuilt where necessary, the grades improved, and the positiou 
of the road altered slightly at several places to allow for better travelling and 
transportation of supplies. Considerable maintenance work was carried out 
on the three original turbines. The guide- vane supporting and controlling 
mechanism, which had received minor maintenance attention in the past, was 
overhauled, and parts were renewed where required. 

Eugenia Division 

The general examination of insulators on the transmission lines, which was 
started but not completed during the summer season of 1925, was carried on 
further during this fiscal year. The results and data obtained in 1925, by visual 
inspection, showed plainly that a more complete investigation should be carried 
out to eliminate the defects in the line insulators on. this division. 

Due to the general operation and maintenance conditions on the division, 
and to the short season for efficient work of this nature, only a portion of the 
division lines can be adjusted each year. The testing and investigations on 
defective line insulators this year were carried on by equipment recently developed 
for testing insulators without cutting off the supply of power A large number 
of defective insulators were replaced, also any crossarms and pins found 
defective. Extensive pole stubbing on the various line sections was carried out 
to strengthen poles that showed a considerable butt rot at the ground line. On 
several line sections a number of poles were adjusted and relocated, to accom- 
modate changes made in highways, ditches, bridges, etc. 

Tests and adjustments were carried out on the ground connections to the 
various parts of equipment at a number of stations on the west side of the division, 
to maintain adequate ground connections for the protection and safety of em- 
ployees and equipment. It is proposed to carry on this work from year to year 
to maintain the ground connections at standard values. 

At the Durham (Russell) substation, due to increased demands, increased 
transformer capacity was installed The three 100-kv-a. transformers were 
removed and three 150-kv-a. were installed. 

Increased transformer capacity was also installed at the Durham substation, 
using the three 100-kv-a. transformers removed from the Durham (Russell) 
station to replace the three 50-kv-a. which were placed in reserve equipment for 
future use. 

At the Eugenia plant the hydraulic governors and turbines were inspected 
and adjusted where necessary. The insulating plates between the field-coils and 
pole pieces in the No. 2 generator were renewed. The single wall and windows 
between the control room and the main power-house floor were doubled, resulting 
in less noise in the control room, which assisted in telephone communication and 
operation. 



30 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The demands for power on this division were higher on peak but lower on 
average than in 1925. Due to the amount of precipitation in the fall of 1925, 
and in 1926, the Eugenia plant was enabled to carry higher average loads than 
usual, and the storage water gained in the fall of 1925 permitted the closing 
down of the Mount Forest frequency changer set early in December, 1925, for 
the balance of the fiscal year. This resulted in a considerable saving in the pur- 
chase of power from outside sources. The frequency changer set was used when 
required for voltage regulation, and for the supply of power when required to 
meet emergencies or for line maintenance in the immediate vicinity. 



Wasdells Division 

The demands for power, both on peak and on average load, have shown a 
fair increase over the last fiscal year. 

At the Wasdells plant, due to the increasing loads and operating conditions 
during the year, the general scheme of operation had to be changed to some 
extent. The requirements of voltage regulation on the division prevented at 
times the use of all available water for the generation of power, and the transfer 
of excess power to other divisions. Considerable maintenance work was carried 
out on the turbines. The overhauling of the No. 2 unit, which was partially 
arranged in the last fiscal year, was completed this year, during the periods of 
lighter demands and favourable working conditions. The overhauling of the 
Xo. 1 unit was started, and the major part of the work will be completed when 
conditions are most suitable in the next fiscal year. 

Tests and investigations were carried out on the high-tension line insulators, 
using live-line testing equipment which had considerable advantages over older 
methods due to the high-tension lines on this division being of single-circuit 
construction. Replacement of insulators, crossarms and pins were made where 
found necessary. Considerable pole stubbing was done to reinforce the poles 
found defective at the ground line due to rot. 

On several sections, poles were relocated to allow for alterations in location 
to highways, ditches, etc. The high-tension conductors on a five-mile section of 
line immediately north of Cannington (Section W57 x 3), which were of 1/4 in. 
steel cable, were replaced with No. 2 steel-reinforced aluminum cable to assist 
in voltage regulation on the lines and at the stations beyond this point. Due to 
certain defects that had shown up on the conductors of the 4,000-volt lines, the 
insulator ties were all replaced with a reinforced or armoured tie. 

The Sparrow Lake rural power district distribution system was considerably 
enlarged, and the main feeder changed from single-phase, 2,300 volt to three- 
phase, 4,000 volt, a bank of three 37J4~kv-a. transformers being erected on the 
Wasdells Plant property, outside the power house, to step up from 2,300 volts 
to 4,000 volts. 

The metering station at Port Perry was altered, a graphic meter was 
installed, and line disconnecting- switches were placed on the 4,000-volt line. 

Investigations respecting voltage regulation, especially on the south end of 
the division, were made on several occasions during the year. Adjustments 
were made to improve present conditions, and data were collected bearing on 
the effect of possible future increase in the load. 



KINCARDINE 



SYSTEM 

EUGENIA DIVISION 



GENERATING STATIONS 
(~ HORSEPOWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL 
HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER FACTOR) 

SWITCHING STATIONS 



SEVERN DIVISION 




o 



HUNTSVILLE 



I 



i: 








8 




















5,100 


6,600 Y 


1.550 


HORSEPOWER 





QRA VENHURS 7 



MUSKOKA DIVISION 



- f^-V;".'"? 



l-o-i 

ORILLIA 



Ui 



K.RKFIELD 
CRUSHED 
STONE C 






~T 



>N INS TON rj 
■i.000 V 



SUNDERLAND 



—\ PINED 

22,000 V L -r J 

I R PC 

u?BRiOGE «« 1 Q GREENBANK 

i f PORT PERRY f)P 

PORT PERRY 

u ™*>dge - K.Lm — *- 
wasdells division 



\™\ 



FREQUENCY CHANGER STATIC 
| E»S TRIBUTING 
(_J) MUNICIPAL S7 



S^J~C\5 



TIONS 

STATIONS £ /.WES IN SERVICE 
STATIONS & LINES NOT 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1926 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 3j 

Muskoka Division 

The demands for power on this division showed an increase, both on peak 
and average load over the demands for the last fiscal year. 

At the South Falls plant, the additional capacity installed during last year, 
combined with the greater available storage and constant river flow due to 
excessive precipitation this year, has permitted the plant' to carry increased 
loads at high load factors when required to meet the demands on the Georgian 
Bay system. This class of operation has been a large factor in reducing 
the purchase of power from outside sources. The power generated at South 
falls, in excess of that required by the customers on the Muskoka division, is 
transmitted to Waubaushene for use on the Severn and other divisions, and to 
help in the conservation of water where possible in the various storage reservoirs. 
The Hollow Lake storage dam, which permits of increased storage on Hollow 
lake, was completed in December, 1925. This made the water in storage above 
this point available for use as required. The necessary maintenance was carried 
out on the dams on the storage lakes tributary to Hollow lake to assist in the 
regulation and storage of water. 

Tfre third bank of transformers at South Falls power house, consisting of 
three transformers of 1,200 kv-a. with a voltage ratio of 6,600/38,000 volts, was 
installed and placed in service in February, 1926. This bank operates on the 
supply of power to the South Falls-Waubaushene tie line. 

Additional switching and control equipment was installed at. South Falls 
power house to accommodate the power feeder, the service feeder, and the 
remote-control cable from the Hanna Chute power house. The oil-breaker at 
South falls on the 38, 000-volt tie line to Waubaushene was rebuilt for operation 
at the increased voltage. 

On a number of occasions, during light load periods, the customers on the 
Muskoka division were supplied with power from the balance of the Georgian 
Bay system to permit certain construction work at the Hanna Chute plant to be 
carried out more rapidly and efficiently. The river flow was reduced and the 
water levels at Hanna Chute plant were lowered, the South Falls plant being 
shut down during these abnormal conditions. 

The new Hanna Chute automatic, remote-control generating station, 
located about a half mile upstream from South Falls power house, was completed 
and put into commercial operation on October 25, 1926. This plant is controlled 
from the South Falls power house, and its 1,120 kw. full load capacity forms an 
additional unit for the Georgian Bay system. The storage supplied in the 
forebay above this plant will materially assist in the water regulation for both 
the Hanna Chute and South Falls plants. 

Tests were carried out on the high-tension line insulators on this division 
with live-line testing equipment. The results showed the insulation on these 
lines to be in fair condition, and, therefore, only the usual amount of routine 
line maintenance work was necessary. 



32 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 



Severn Division 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Camp Borden 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Elmvale 

Midland 

Penetang 

Port McNicoll 

Stayner 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Victoria Harbour 

Waubaushene 

Eugenia Division 

Arthur 

Carlsruhe and Neustadt 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Dundalk 

Durham.... 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Hornings Mills 

Kincardine 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Mount Forest 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Shelburne 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Wingham 









Change 


\ in load 


Peak load in horsepower 


1925-1926 


Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


143.4 


159.5 


158.6 


0.9 




1,378.0 


1,510.1 


1,612.1 




102.0 


96.5 


116.6 


111.2 


5.4 




108.2 


133.3 


138.0 




4.7 


216.0 


171.6 


191.7 




20.1 


62.7 


95.1 


98.4 




3.3 


1,135.4 


1,265.4 


1,179.0 


86.4 




44.2 


46.9 


50.4 




3.5 


72.3 


85.8 


95.8 




10.0 


144.1 


140.2 


133.6 


6.6 




2,996.0 


4,291.0 


3,572.4 


718.6 




370.0 


521.4 


553.3 




31.9 


67.7 


71.7 


70.6 


1.1 




122.1 


102.7 


109.9 




7.2 


19.0 


26.8 


28.1 




1.3 


46.3 


50.4 


50.1 


0.3 




56.3 


69.7 


67.7 


2.0 




. 37.9 


37.9 


36.2 


1.7 




115.2 


142.0 


101.0 


41.0 




191.7 


103.2 


66.3 


36.9 




32.1 


42.9 


37.5 


5.4 




322.0 


355.2 


351.2 


4.0 




119.3 


129.0 


122.0 


7.0 




469.2 


589.8 


542.0 


47.8 




38.8 


43.3 


49.0 




5.7 


62.2 


60.7 


65.1 




4.4 


80.4 


90.2 


80.4 


9.8 




1,435.6 


709.1 


765.4 




56.3 


14.4 


14.4 


10.0 


4.4 




5.0 


5.0 


5.0 






238.6 


. 238.6 


276.1 




37.5 


83.1 


117.4 


117.3 


0.1 




102.2 


106.8 


107.6 




0.8 


220.0 


237.2 


269.4 




32.2 


196.4 


263.2 


268.9 




5.7 


280.1 


316.9 


337.8 




20.9 


1,702.5 


1,831.1 


1,990.6 




159.5 


71.0 


79.0 


80.4 




1.4 


12.8 


12.0 


12.7 




0.7 


51.0 


46.9 


51.0 




4.1 


205.0 


264.7 


238.9 


25.8 




54.3 


51.0 


53.6 




2.6 


115.8 


148.8 


136.2 


12.6 




368.6 


270.8 


281.5 




10.7 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1924 



Oct., 1925 



Oct., 1926 



Change in load 
1925-1926 



Decrease Increase 



Wasdells Division 

Beaverton 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Kirkfield 

Port Perry 

Sunderland 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Rd 

Woodville 

Muskoka Division 

Gravenhurst 

Huntsville 



167.5 
44.7 

102.4 
32.4 
95.8 

56.0 

107.0 

10.8 

52.0 



411.5 
966.5 



148.8 
48.2 

106.7 
23.3 

113.9 

51.6 

110.5 

8.8 

50.0 



389.5 
1,005.3 



175.3 
54.1 

125.4 
21.0 

142.9 

49.6 

140.7 

11.6 

57.4 



398.6 
1,120.6 



2.3 
2,0 



26.5 

5.9 

18.7 

29!6 



30.2 
2.8 

7.4 



9.1 
115.3 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1925-1926 






Rural power district 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



Oct., 1925 



Oct., 1926 



Change in load 
1925-1926 



Decrease 



Increase 



Severn Division 

Barrie 

Elmvale 

Nottawasaga 

Stayner 

Eugenia Division 

Flesherton 

Markdale 

Tara 

Walkerton 

Wasdells Division 

Cannington No. 1 

Cannington No. 2 

Mariposa 

Port Perry 

Sparrow Lake 

Uxbridge 



34.2 
10.0 
21.4 
18.7 



2.9 
5.0 
0.75 
1.0 



13.0 
8.7 

46.9 
3.0 

16.0 

1.0 



16.7 

8.5 

20.7 

20.1 



4.0 
5.0 
0.75 
1.0 



17.0 
21.4 
59.0 
6.0 
31.5 

5.0 



17.5 
1.5 
0.7 



1.4 



1.1 



4.0 
12.7 
12.1 

3.0 

15.5 

4.0 



3 H 



34 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 



Date 
connected 



Load in horsepower 



Initial Oct., 1926 



Change in load 



Decrease Increase 



Eugenia Division 
Shelburne 



Wasdells Division 
Georgina 



Feb. 1,1926 
Oct. 1,1926 



1.5 
22.5 



2.34 
22.5 



0.84 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



10.000 



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OF ONTARIO 


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JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



7.500 



5.000 



2.500 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 



The load on the St. Lawrence system has shown a marked increase over the 
years 1924-25, and compares very favourably with 1923 although the pulp 
company, which was taking power to the extent of 1,000 horsepower during that 
year, has not since operated. In view of this, the load increase is very gratifying. 

During the month of February and March of 1926, total system interrup- 
tions of prolonged duration were experienced on two separate occasions due to 
the Cedar Rapids Transmission Company's failure to supply power. Other 
interruptions, but only of very short duration, were also experienced. 

At Cornwall transformer station an improved type of relay equipment was 
added to the 110,000- volt and 44,000- volt oil-breakers to afford better operating 
conditions on both the incoming and outgoing lines. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



On the 44, 000- volt line from Cornwall to Alexandria considerable mainten- 
ance work was done, such as straightening corner poles, taking up slack in the 
line and stubbing poles where necessary. Extensive line maintenance was 
carried out on several other sections of the 44,000-volt lines in replacing defective 
pin-type insulators. The Commission's pin-type insulator tester, known as the 
statiphone, proved very effective in locating defective insulators. The Brock- 
ville Public Utilities Commission, through the operation of its steam plant, made 
available any surplus power in cases where interruptions otherwise would have 
been necessary to carry out this reinsulation. 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 




Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


* 207.7 

24.6 

1,170.9 

210.4 

24.3 

15.0 
46.9 

322.8 
27.0 

121.3 


299.6 

30.0 

1,295.4 

206.4 

25.3 

14.7 
40.2 

403.2 
26.2 

152.8 


229.2 

28.8 

1,398.6 

241.3 
26.6 

19.5 
52.2 

427.6 
27.0 

145.5 


70.4 
1.2 

"Y.3 




Apple Hill. 




Brockville 


103.2 


Chesterville 


34 9 


Lancaster 


1 3 


Martintown 


4.8 


Maxville 


12 


Prescott 


24.4 


Williamsburg 


0.8 


Winchester 









ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— NEW MUNICIPALITIES 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Municipality 


Initial 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Russell 


Feb. 17,1926 


19.6 


67.0 




47.4 







ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1925-1926 





Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926' 




Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Brockville 


37.5 
12.8 
23.2 
16.3 


61.1 

25.7 
26.2 
54.9 




23.6 


Chesterville 


12 9 


Martintown 


3 


Prescott 


38.6 







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No. 26 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



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5.000 



4,000 



HORSEPOWER 
5.000 



4.000 



3.000 



2.000 



1.000 







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RIDEAU SYSTEM 



The Rideau System load during 1926 has shown a decided increase over the 
previous year and compares very favourably with the years 1923-24. There has 
been an abundant water supply, but very close regulation of the storage was 
necessary to facilitate work by the Mississippi River Improvement Company 
in connection with the completion of the new rock-filled crib dam, reinforcing 
the old dam and the deepening of the channel of the side dam at Cross lake. 
This work, together with the installation of flashboards over the entire crest of 
the old dam, submerging the new dam, was completed on October 19. About 
10,500 acre-feet additional storage will be realized by this work. 

On the Carleton Place dam, due to erosion, considerable maintenance work 
had to be done. It was at first anticipated that it would be necessary to make 
repairs only to the crest of the centre and lower sections of the dam and at the 
corner toe of the lower section, which had either gradually worn away or been 
broken off by ice action. However, on lowering the tail-water, it was found there 
were large holes extending a matter of five feet under the base of the south and 
east walls and the corner toe of the dam. These were thoroughly chipped and 
reinforced, and a concrete fill was made extending in the form of an apron wall 
eight feet over the rock on the stream bed. 



38 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



All strain positions on the 26,000-volt lines have been reinsulated with a 
type of insulator which has in the past proved very satisfactory. 

In Smiths Falls the high-tension line was raised to give sufficient clearance 
between the local lines and the telephone lines. 

At the High Falls plant one of the old construction buildings was renovated 
at a very low cost to provide a temporary residence for one of the operators. 
The roof of the High Falls power house was painted and a weather-proof plastic 
cement applied where necessary. 

In the generating station the old type kilowatt and r.kv-a. graphic motor- 
operated meters were replaced by the rebuilt type which have given very satis- 
factory results. 

The electrolytic arresters were overhauled at High Falls, Smiths Falls, Perth 
and Merrickville stations. 

RIDEAU SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 




Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Carleton Place. . 


718.5 

142.0 

35.6 

429.0 

832.4 


748.0 
150.1 
40.2 
612.6 
816.3 


670.2 

173.0 

39.1 

678.3 

1,013.4 


77.8 
"l'l 




Kemptville. . 


22 9 


Lanark 

Perth 


65^7 


Smiths Falls 


197.1 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The sixth year of operation of the Cameron Falls generating station has 
been satisfactorily concluded, the previously established load being fairly well 
maintained. During the year the generating station has been completed, and 
the last two generating units, with their accompanying transformer bank and 
switching equipment, have been placed in service, No. 5 unit being placed in 
service December 1, 1925, and No. 6 unit on April 8, 1926. 

A short section of 110, 000- volt transmission line on steel towers has been 
built into Fort William from a point on the line between Port Arthur transformer 
station and the Great Lakes substation. From this point a second 110, 000- volt 
circuit was erected on the existing tower line and carried back to Port Arthur 
station. This circuit was placed in operating service on September 30, 1926, at 
22,000 volts, and used to supply the Grand Trunk Pacific elevator as a part 
of the Fort William load from this date. Fort William, therefore, can be listed 
as a new customer during this year, though the major portion of its load will not 
be connected to the Commission's lines until the coming year. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 



HORSEPOWER 



JAN ( 

FEB : 

MAR ! 

APR ' 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUQ 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 


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JAN 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAI 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 

FEB 

MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 

AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 

APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



HORSEPOWER 



70,000 



60,000 



50.000 



40.000 



30.000 



20,000 



10,000 



NOTE: — The peaks shown in November, 1924, in April, May, October, November and December, 1925, and 
in January and February, 1926, include assistance given to the Kaministiquia Power Company, and 
allowance should be made for this fact in comparing different years. 

A small amount of the Fort William load is included in the peaks for October and November, 1926, 
and the balance of Fort William load is included in the December, 1926, peak. 



While the high daily load factor peculiar to this system has been maintained, 
the addition of the new generating units, combined with a summer load con- 
siderably smaller than the winter load, has permitted us to thoroughly clean and 
overhaul the first unit placed in service in this generating station. This unit 
was found, upon dismantling, to be in excellent condition considering the 
continuous service which had been required of it, and the fact that it had not been 
possible to release it from service for the proper amount of cleaning and 
inspection. 

The only failure of equipment in the generating station occurred on July 20, 
1926, during a lightning storm, when the white-phase unit of No. 2 bank of main 



40 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

transformers developed an open circuit while supplying a 110,000-volt circuit 
on which trouble existed. This unit has been repaired, and was returned to 
service in first-class condition on October 19, 1926. Owing to the capacity of 
these main power transformers, and the fact that we have three banks, there 
was no lack of capacity during this time, the spare transformer being connected 
in place of the defective unit. 

Both transmission lines have given very good service during the year, though 
several short interruptions occurred during severe lightning storms. A number 
of the insulators on the original or wood pole line were tested during the summer 
and were found to be in surprisingly good condition, very few defective insulators 
being located. The maintenance of the right-of-way has been continued, 
particular care being taken to keep the area near the poles cleared and the 
underbrush cut underneath the power circuits. The new provincial highway 
between Port Arthur and Nipigon, which is very close to the Commission's lines 
throughout a great portion of this distance, has greatly facilitated the patrol 
and inspection of these transmission lines. 

The permanent transformer station at Bare Point, Port Arthur, which was 
placed in service toward the end of the previous year, though well loaded during 
the first few months of this fiscal year, has shown no signs of trouble. By the 
proper automatic operation of the 22,000-volt breakers at this station, defective 
portions of the 22,000-volt circuits owned by the Public Utilities Commission of 
Port Arthur have been properly segregated, and improved service given to this 
customer as well as to others on the system. Automatic operations of the 
110,000-volt breakers at this station in several cases disconnected 110,000-volt 
circuits which were in trouble, but in some cases this did not prevent the loss of 
load. 

Although the Virgin Falls dam was not completed until comparatively late 
in the year, use has been made of it throughout the whole year in conserving the 
surplus water in lake Nipigon. With the exception of the first few months of 
the year, when a small amount of water was wasted at Cameron falls, the flow 
in the Nipigon river was limited to that required to carry the system load at 
the Cameron Falls generating station. This fact, combined with the exception- 
ally heavy precipitation during the year, has enabled the Commission to build 
up the storage in lake Nipigon, putting the developments in a very favourable 
position for the beginning of another year. 

As in the previous year, the Kaministiquia Power Company availed itself 
of the Commission's ability to give it assistance, and a large block of power was 
supplied to it for the months of November and December, 1925, and January 
and February, 1926. Use was again made of the 22,000-volt circuits of the Port 
Arthur Public Utilities Commission in delivering this power. This load has been 
responsible for the abnormal increase in the system load during certain months 
of 1925 and during January and February, 1926, as shown by the load graph 
given herein. 

Radio Communication 

Two short-wave radio stations were placed in operating service in August 
3, for the purpose of providing direct and quick communication between the 
Commission's head office and the Thunder Bay system, which is more isolated 
than the remainder of the systems so far as direct communication is concerned. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 41 



GREAT LAKES 
PAP£R CO. L TO. 



PORT ARTHUR (HIGH ST.) 

MUN. STAT/ ON PORT ARTHUR 
r - -> 22 , OOP V. | ~ [_ 

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rORT WILLIAM 



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68,400 
HORSEPOWER 



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NlP/GON CORPORATION LTO. 



LEGEND 

GENERATING STATIONS 

("HORSEPOWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL 

HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER PACTOR) THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

1 TRANSPORTER STATIONS (60 CYCLES) 



□ o IS r mB uT,„c mn o„i DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31 1926 
STATIONS & LINES IN SERVICE ■_ 



STATIONS St LINES NOT COMMISSION S PROPERTY HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



One of these stations is located in the Administration building, Toronto, and 
will be available for use with any future stations which may be installed later 
on other systems. The other station is situated at the Cameron Falls generating 
station, and has telephone connection with all parts of the Thunder Bay system. 

These stations are licensed to operate on 29.94 metres and 50.0 metres, as 
well as on experimental amateur bands. Communication is by telegraphic code, 
but experiments made since the stations have been in operation indicate, that 
fairly satisfactory and reliable communication by voice may be obtained if the 
present equipment is augmented by the necessary equipment to provide for this 
type of operation. 

Due to local interference in Toronto, which it is believed will be eliminated 
shortly, it has been impossible to receive messages at Toronto during business 
hours and an evening schedule has, therefore, been used since the beginning of 
operation. Remarkably reliable communication is obtained, since on only two 
days was it impossible to establish satisfactory contact between the two stations. 
This was due to very bad static conditions, which also crippled all other radio 
stations. 

A slight amount of trouble with filter condensers at the Toronto station 
constitutes the only repair or maintenance work which has been necessary on 
either of these stations. 

The volume of business which has been handled by these two stations has 
been quite large, and the convenience of communication has enabled the head 
office to keep in close contact with operating conditions on the Thunder Bay 
system, as well as with the construction work going on at the Alexander 
development. 



42 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 




Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Nipigon township 


2*1,341 


39.9 
26,407.0 


50.3 
26,541.0 




10 4 


Port Arthur 


134.0 







THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— NEW MUNICIPALITIES 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Municipality 


Initial 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 


Sept. 30, 1926 


1,555.0 


1,555.0 











HORSEPOWER 



30.000 



25.000 



20,000 



15.000 



10.000 



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HORSEPOWER 

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25.000 



5.000 




20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5,000 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 



The operation of the Ottawa system throughout the year has been very 
satisfactory. 

The load on this system as shown in the curve on the opposite page 
indicates the same consistent growth. 



OTTAWA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 




Oct., 1924 


Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Ottawa 


13,206 


14,260 


16,355 




2,095 







Note: — Nepean rural power district load included in Ottawa load to the extent of 94 horse- 
power for October, 1925, and 131 horsepower for October, 1926. 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 



The operation of the Central Ontario and Trent system during the past 
fiscal year has been very satisfactory. The peak load graph shows quite a sub- 
stantial peak increase. The average load, however, has increased but little over 
the previous year with the exception of the month of February, which had an 
increase of 4,800 horsepower. The marked drop in the load during the summer 
months is accounted for by the loss of the load of a large power customer, pre- 
viously taking about 2,000 horsepower. This loss was offset by the end of the 
summer through the growth of the load at other places on the system. Demands 
for power during the year have been supplied unrestrictedly, with the exception 
of some reduction which occurred during the month of December due to ice 
conditions. This will be referred to more fully later. 

The operating merits of the automatic remote-controlled plants at Dams 
No. 8 and No. 9, near Campbellford, have now been fully realized. As men- 
tioned in last year's Report, trouble developed on the supervisory cable, which is 
the medium of remote-control between these plants and the main plant at 
Ranney Falls, thereby making it inoperative and necessitating a full complement 
of operators at each station. However, after considerable study and engineer- 
ing, it was decided that the cable, during severe storms and line surges, had tend- 
ed to act as a stabilizer of fault current between these plants and Ranney falls, 
at which point the system neutral is grounded. The magnitude of the resultant 
voltages impressed on the cable may have been upward to 5,000 volts, whereas 
the cable is only insulated for 600 volts. The trouble was overcome by the 
installation of neutralizing transformers at each plant, and extending the neutral 
of the high-tension transformers at Ranney falls a matter of 1,000 feet, and 
permanently grounding it in the river. These transformers were installed on 
July 14, and the two stations have operated without trouble since that date, 
and are now operating with only one operator at each plant. 



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At Sidney, Dam No. 2, the runner of one of the turbines was cracked so 
badly, it had to be replaced by a new runner from the manufacturer in Sweden. 

A general inspection was made of the turbines at several of the other plants, 
disclosing the fact that two runners at Heely Falls plant, Dam No. 14, and one 
runner at Meyersburg plant, Dam No. 8, required extensive maintenance owing 
to erosion. Satisfactory repairs were carried out on these runners by electric 
welding. While the units were unwatered at these and other plants, advantage 
was taken to carry out minor repairs, such as replacing defective links, link pins, 
and bushings, etc. The head and tailrace gates were scraped and painted, 
and the generator armatures and field-coils were cleaned and painted where 
necessary. 

Extensive painting has been carried out in several of the generating and 
transformer stations, preserving the buildings and improving their appearance. 
The greater part of this work was done by means of a spray gun, effecting by 
this method of application a considerable saving in cost. 

At Sidney transformer station, as a safety measure, a railing was placed 
between the high-tension circuit-breakers. A brick wall, 6 in. high, was built 



46 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

around the breakers to prevent oil spreading in case of an explosion. Railings 
were also placed in front of the bus structure. 

At the plants at Dams No. 8 and No. 9 protective screens were installed 
between the lightning arresters and high-tension circuit-breakers. 

At Ranney Falls plant, Dam No. 10, the station site has been greatly 
improved by putting in lawns, walks and shrubs, etc. Thermo-couples were 
installed in the upper and lower guide bearings of the generators and connected 
to the indicating graphic temperature recorders. The voltage-adjusting rheostats 
of the voltage regulators were changed from the regulator panels to their respec- 
tive generator panel, making it much more convenient for operation. 

At Seymour plant, Dam No. 11, the voltage regulator was overhauled, 
a voltage-adjusting rheostat and additional compensation were added, which 
have greatly improved its operation. 

At Heely Falls plant, Dam No. 14, on account of certain insulation weak- 
nesses, which developed on the generators, differential protection was installed 
on generator No. 144, as mentioned in last year's Report. This has given very 
satisfactory results, and similar protection was accordingly placed on generators 
Nos. 142 and 143. 

Among the substation changes, the following are worthy of note. At 
Oshawa, the current-transformers in the high-tension incoming lines were 
replaced by a set of transformers which were removed from the Belleville 
switching station. This provides much better selective operation with the Port 
Hope switching station, saving interruptions due to surges set up on other parts 
of the system. The totalizing metering equipment at this station was also 
improved by the installation of multiple primary current-transformers, so that 
the Whitby and Brooklin loads, and the condenser and station service loads, could 
be deducted. A new cooling-water tank was also installed. 

At Belleville switching station, two three-phase combination disconnecting 
and grounding-switches were installed on the main busses to enable transfer 
of the potential transformer to either bus. Similar switches were installed on 
all the high-tension lines, replacing the old type of disconnecting-switches and 
grounding-switches which were some distance out from the station. This 
improvement will greatly facilitate work in connection with maintenance. A 
graphic voltmeter in the load despatcher's office in Belleville was connected to 
the above mentioned potential-transformer, giving the despatcher direct in- 
formation as to the voltage on the high-tension system. Improvements have 
been made in connection with metering and relay operation at several other 
stations. 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop has been exceptionally busy 
throughout the year. As in the past, all the meters on this system and the St. 
Lawrence and Rideau systems are maintained by this department. 

Work in connection with line maintenance has been very active, insulator 
and pin replacements, pole stubbing, replacing crossarms and standardizing 
railway and canal crossings, comprising the greater part of the work. 

Grounding devices were installed on the high-tension lines between Deloro 
and Madoc tap towers for the protection of men working on these lines. 



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48 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 2 6 

Load and Water Conditions — Trent River Watershed 

The season of 1926 was a rather unusual one on the Central Ontario and 
Trent system in that there was no period when the stream flow became as low 
as usually prevails during conservation or dry periods. The surplus over power 
requirements, although it varied rather widely, was at all times considerable and 
consequently no situation arose in which there was any doubt of having a suffi- 
cient supply of water to carry the system load. 

A comparison of the average monthly flows at Heely falls during what is 
usually the low water period, with the average flows in the corresponding months 
of previous years, will emphasize this. The average for July has not been 
equalled since 1918, August since 1915, December since 1912. The September, 
October, and November averages are the highest for these months in the Com- 
mission's records which extend back to 1912. 

In referring to Plate A, it will be noted that from the beginning of June 
to the end of November, rainfall was much above normal. This, together with 
high ground water conditions and very light evaporation, may be considered the 
controlling factor influencing the summer and fall run-off, and largely accounts 
for the heavy surplus which occurred during the year. 

The flow in the Otonabee and upper Trent rivers was at no time reduced 
below a minimum that was substantially in excess of power requirements. It is, 
however, very interesting to note on Plates Bl and B2, the variation of the 
elevation of Rice Lake which follows a more or less regular cycle. With due 
regard to prevailing climatic conditions, it is clearly evident that the regulation 
of the outflow at Hastings was not in proper relationship to the inflow at Peterboro. 

As mentioned in previous Reports considerable inconvenience has been 
experienced after periods of heavy surplus flow, owing to the regulation of flow 
and levels at the various reaches between Hastings and Percy reach. For in- 
stance, when a cut in flow was made at any point, a similar cut was not made at 
the dam immediately below until the level had fallen. It was then necessary 
to make a cut in flow equal to the cut upstream plus an amount sufficient to 
restore the level. With similar methods of regulation at each succeeding dam, 
the effect becomes cumulative, and a moderate flow reduction upstream has been 
magnified temporarily into practically a total interruption of the generating 
capacity of the lower plants. Due to the above conditions the capacity of the 
plants immediately below Heely falls has been reduced to less than half of 
normal on several occasions during the past year. 

The two basic factors are that the flow is not checked until after the levels 
have fallen and the dams are not tightened as a freshet falls off, the tightening 
being left until after the minimum flow has been reached. This leaves only a 
portion of the reduced flow available for generating purposes. 

The most severe ice conditions in several years were experienced in the 
early part of December, due to frazil ice. Conditions were further aggravated 
by heavy snow storms and high winds which in some places filled the river to 
the bottom with slush and anchor ice. The heavy flow, however, prevented the 
river from freezing over. 



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This graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Otonabee watershed 
expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal returns of the Meteorological Service for Peterboro, 
Lindsay, Bancroft, Haliburton and Kinmount. (See inset table.) 

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December 25, 1925, to June 25, 1926 
GRAPH No. 1 — System average weekly load in kilowatts. 

GRAPH No. 2— Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all dams. This equals the weekly 
average system load plus the power equivalent of the weekly average wastage of water at all plants from 
which the Commission derives its regular supply. The wastage is shown by the dotted hatched area 
between graphs 2 and 1. 

GRAPH No. 3— Average daily wastage at all plants expressed in kilowatts. In the weekly aggregate 
thearea under this graph equals the wastage, represented by the hatched area between graphs 2 and 1 
and^shows the daily distribution on this weekly wastage. 

(Description continued on opposite page.) 



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PLATE B2— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 

June 25, 1926, to December 24, 1926 

GRAPH No. 4 — Average daily power purchased in kilowatts. 

GRAPH No. 5— Midnight elevation of Rice lake. 

GRAPH No. 6— Midnight elevation of Heely-Hastings reach. 



52 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



On December 1, all plants were affected, some being down completely, 
and it was impossible to avoid serious load interruptions for several hours. 
The trouble then moderated somewhat, but continued for about three weeks. 
Plants at Dams Nos. 5, 12 and 18 were the most seriously affected, No. 12 being 
down completely for about four days. No. 5 was either down completely or its 
capacity seriously reduced until December 20. The capacity of No. 18 was con- 
siderably reduced from the first of December to the ninth, and from the four- 
teenth to the twentieth. 

It will be noted on the general operating data graphs, plates Bl and B2, that 
the level of the Heely-Hastings reach was, on several occasions, reduced below 
the navigation minimum. The Commission is not responsible for these con- 
ditions since in all cases one or more logs were out of the Heely Falls dam. 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 

1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Belleville... 
Bloomfield. . 
Bowmanville 
Brighton. . . 
Cobourg. . . . 

Colborne. . . 
Deseronto. . 
Havelock. . . 
Kingston. . . 
Lakefield . . . 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora . . . 
Milbrook. . . 
Napanee. . . 

Newburg. . . 
Newcastle. . 
Norwood. . . . 
Omemee. . . . 
Orono 

Oshawa 

Peterboro . . . 

Picton 

Port Hope. . 
Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth . . 
Wellington. . 
Whitby 



Oct., 1924 



2,658.1 
87.5 

1,128.7 
171.6 
986.6 

109.6 

301.6 

123.3 

2,937.6 

88.0 

1,187.6 

178.8 

57.9 

55.7 

679.6 

209.1 
66.9 
69.4 

123.4 
44.6 

4,939.8 

4,837.8 

410.2 

833.8 

168.9 

914.2 

136.7 

40.8 

96.5 

682.3 



Oct., 1925 



3,108.4 
119.0 

1,326.7 
203.7 
973.2 



109 

210. 

196. 

3,194. 

84. 



1,374.0 

110.0 

65.1 

53.6 

780.0 

595.1 

78.0 

104.0 

123.4 

52.0 

5,397.1 

4,525.4 

509.4 

741.3 

205.7 

1,104.5 

136.7 

39.5 

101.2 

681.0 



Oct., 1926 



3,257.4 
107.2 

1,646.6 
214.5 

1,072.4 

135.4 
218.5 
218.5 
3,485.1 
159.1 

1,412.8 

123.3 

72.9 

54.7 

836.0 

681.0 

82.8 
112.2 
186.7 

55.2 



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5,715.7 
557 
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5 
222.8 



1,215.6 

166.2 

38.8 

136.7 

762.1 



Change in load 
1925-1926 



Decrease 



11.8 



0.7 



Increase 



149.0 

319!9 
10.8 
99.2 

25.5 

8.1 

22.4 

290.7 

74.7 

38.8 

13.3 

7.8 

1.1 

56.0 

85.9 
4.8 
8.2 

63.3 
3.2 

618.9 



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48. 

235. 

17. 



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29.5 



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53 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 

1925-1926 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 
1925-1926 




Oct., 1925 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Bowmanville 


3.0 
53.6 
22.1 
63.0 
76.1 

1.5 


5.0 

47.6 

30.8 

34.2 

191.0 

1.5 


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'28.8 


2.0 


Campbellford . 




Colborne . 


8.7 


Kingston 

Oshawa 


114^9 


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Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1926 


Decrease 


Increase 


Pickering 


Jan. 13,1926 


14.7 


59.6 




44.9 







NIPISSING SYSTEM 

The demand for power on the Nipissing system, both on peak and average 
load, has shown a slight increase over last year. 

A large amount of line maintenance work was carried out during the year. 
The defective crossarms, pins and insulators and poles between Junction Z52 and 
the main travelled road were replaced. Due to a large number of crossarms 
being in poor condition, the two 2-pin arms on each pole were replaced by one 
4-pin arm to permit of ultimate two-circuit construction. This portion of the 
line maintenance was the completion of the work started during the last fiscal 
year on the single-circuit lines in the section between Junction Z52 and North 
Bay station. Defective crossarms, pins, insulators and poles detected by visual 
inspection were replaced on the lines throughout the system. 

Tests of line insulators at various points were made with live-line testing 
equipment with the object of ascertaining the general condition of the line 
insulators and the probable replacements required in the coming year. The 
high-tension line transpositions and line entrances at stations and power houses 
were altered to conform with the Commission's standard practice on other 
systems. 

During the latter part of the year, the alterations to the highway between 
Callander and North Bay, carried on by the Northern Development branch of 
the Department of Lands and Forests ,have interfered to a great extent with the 
high-tension line to North Bay. This work has made it necessary for us to 
relocate and rebuild certain sections of the line and also to alter the position of a 



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No. 26 



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large number of poles, with the necessary alterations to conductors, guys, etc. 
This work will not be completed till well on into the next year. 

The usual maintenance work on the hydraulic equipment at the plants was 
carried out during the summer months to prepare for the heavier demands in 
fall and winter. Due to wear on the gate links of No. 1 turbine at the Nipis- 
sing power house, it was necessary to replace these one-piece links, split-bronze 
links being installed to rectify this defect and to facilitate maintenance work of 
this nature in the future. 



A large amount of maintenance work was required on some of the storage 
dams, due to age and the resulting condition of the sheeting and gravel fills. 
Certain of the dams were put in good repair last year, and the river channels 
below the dams cleaned out, and this class of work was continued this year on 
various dams where required. 



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55 



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AS AT OCTOBER 31, 1926. 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



NIPISSING SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1924-1925-1926 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1924 



Oct., 1925 



Oct., 1926 



Change in load 
1925-1926 



Decrease 



Increase 



Callander. 
Nipissing. . 
North Bay 
Powassan . 



60.0 

3.0 

2,119.0 

103.0 



88.0 

3.0 

2,188.0 

97.0 



75.0 

3.0 

2,110.0 

100.0 



13.0 
78.0 



3.0 



56 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION HI 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity in connection with the 
operation of the "Hydro" utilities of the various municipalities with which it 
has contracts. In this connection the Commission arranges for the purchase, 
construction or extension of distribution systems and assists the municipal 
officials in making their financial arrangements to pay for the cost of these 
systems. All rate adjustments, as provided under The Power Commission Act, 
are recommended by the Commission, and a study of the operating conditions of 
all utilities is made annually and adjustments recommended accordingly. The 
Commission generally supervises the management and operation of all systems, 
more especially in the smaller municipalities, which, individually, are not of 
sufficient size to employ a manager with the technical knowledge necessary to 
handle properly all phases of the system's operation. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



The new 110,000- volt line from St. Thomas to Sarnia and the 110,000-volt, 
step-down station at Sarnia were put into operation about January 1. The 
Commission is now in a position to give an excellent service to the Sarnia district 
as the former double-circuit wood-pole line from Kent station to Sarnia still 
acts as a tie-line between the two 110,000-volt stations, and the loop which has 
been created permits the lines to be maintained with a minimum interruption 
to the service. 

From Essex high-tension station to Windsor, an additional double-circuit, 
26,000-volt, wood-pole line was constructed during the year, and plans are being 
prepared in connection with two additional circuits to be erected during the 
coming year to take care of the rapidly growing load in the city of Windsor. 

In the Niagara district, the loads taken by the various municipalities 
have shown a considerable increase during the year due to increase in power 
demand both for industrial purposes and for domestic uses. 

In the Niagara peninsula, arrangements have been made during the year 
for the sale of some large blocks of interruptible or off-peak power. A consider- 
able amount of such power is sold to companies in the United States, under 
arrangements which permit its withdrawal when required for Ontario industries. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



57 




ETOBICOKE HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM OFFICE BUILDING 



At the various plants on the Niagara river additional lines and equipment 
have been installed so that switching arrangements are now available to give 
the most economical use of the permissible water diversion at Niagara Falls. 
The Queenston plant, which is the most efficient of the three, is operated at full 
capacity as much as possible. 

General engineering assistance was given to practically all of the muni- 
cipalities in the Niagara system during the year in connec J icn with the super- 
vision of management and operation, and also the construction and extension 
of distribution systems and stations. Certain municipalities received 
special engineering advice and assistance regarding a number of matters, which 
are more fully referred to as follows: 

Acton — An investigation was made by the local commission during the 
year in connection with the formation of a public utilities commission to replace 
the local "Hydro" commission, and the necessary by-laws were prepared. 

Amherstburg — By-laws were passed at the municipal elections held on 
December 1, providing for the purchase of the distribution system from the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. The Amherstburg distribution 
system formed part of the Essex County system purchased by the Commission 
from the Detroit Edison Company in 1918. 

All other municipalities which formed part of the Essex County system 
purchased their distribution systems from the Commission several years ago, 
and these systems are now being operated by the municipalities themselves 
with great success. 



58 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Arkona — By-laws were passed at the January elections for the purchase 
of the distribution system of the Rock Glen Power Company. The construction 
of a new distribution system was started and it is expected that power will be 
supplied early in the coming year. 

Beachville — A contract was made late in the year with one of the companies 
operating a large limestone quarry near Beachville for an amount of 600 horse- 
powder at 13,200 volts. This customer has been supplied with power from the 
Beachville system for a number of years past and as arrangements are being 
made to double the load, it is necessary for the Company to install its own 
station and take power direct from the Commission. It is expected the 
Company's new equipment will be put into service early in the coming year. 

Brantford — Arrangements were made for an additional debenture issue of 
$25,000 to take care of extensions and improvements required by new consumers 
and the increased loads of existing consumers. 

Cottam — By-laws were passed by the police village of Cottam early in 
the year providing for the purchase of the distribution system in the muni- 
cipality from the Commission. This distribution system formerly formed part 
of the Essex County system. Arrangements have been made for a supply of 
power from the Commission direct to the municipality and the necessary agree- 
ment has been signed. 

Etobicoke Township — The primary lines of the original township system 
were erected by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. As the town- 
ship has since inaugurated its own system, it was considered advisable to have 
the township take over from the Commission the capital investment in these 
lines. Arrangements, therefore, were made during the year for the issuance 
of additional debentures for an amount of $100,000 to take care both of the 
capital which was invested by the Commission, and of some heavy expenditures 
in connection with extensions and improvements to the system. The carrying 
charges on all capital in the township system which was invested by the 
Commission have, of course, been carried by the township and paid annually 
to the Commission. 

Power is supplied to the township system from a station situated at York 
high-tension station . It was necessary during the year to arrange for an additional 
station at Islington, together with the feeder circuits necessary to connect 
the lines to the new station. 

Fergus — Plans were prepared for the installation of new motor-driven 
pumps for the Waterworks department and for the extension and improvement 
of the local distribution system. 

Ford City — A water-pumping plant with filtration equipment was in- 
stalled in Ford City by the Border Cities Utilities Commission. The arrange- 
ments for a supply of power for the operation of the electrically-driven pumps 
necessitated a specially heavy feeder from Walkerville substation. 

Hamilton — An extension to the Hughson Street substation, made necessary 
owing to the increase in demand for light and power service in this section of 
the city, required the issuance of additional debentures amounting to $300,000. 

Ingersoll — It is proposed to make certain changes to the local substation. 



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ETOBICOKE HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM OFFICE BUILDING 
Main floor of the show-room 



Leaside — Estimates were forwarded to this municipality in connection 
with the cost of a proposed new distribution system, and information was given 
as to the steps necessary to obtain a power supply direct from the Commission. 

Niagara Falls— The power loads for industrial and domestic purposes 
in this municipality have increased rapidly in the last few years and a large 
expansion programme has been under way for some time. During the year 
a debenture issue for $75,000 was made for the purpose of improving and 
extending the distribution system and constructing a new r outdoor-type sub- 
station. 

Port Rowan — Enabling and money by-laws were passed almost unani- 
mously early in the year. The installation of a complete distribution system is 
being made, which will be put into operation early in the coming year. Power 
supply for Port Rowan and the adjacent rural power district will be supplied 
from a new substation, which is being erected by the Commission at St. Williams. 

Port Stanley — Special arrangements for handling the power demands of 
summer consumers have been made in connection with the extensions necessary 
to give service to these customers. 

Riverside — On account of the increased use of power in the towns of 
Riverside, Tecumseh and St. Clair Beach, a distribution station was constructed 
in the town of Riverside to supply these three municipalities, which were formerly 
supplied from the Walkerville municipal station. The work was handled by 
the Commission, and the station will be put in service on November 1, 1926. 



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No. 26 




HAMILTON HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDING 
Main floor of the show-room 



Sarnia — Arrangements were made during the year for the supply of power 
direct from the Commission for a gravel and sand supply company. The plant 
is situated approximately three miles from Sarnia on the extreme south end of 
lake Huron. Power is supplied at 26,400 volts, and the load taken during the 
season amounted to approximately 450 horsepower. It is expected this amount 
will be greatly increased during the coming year. 

Stratford — Plans were prepared for the installation of additional trans- 
former capacity in the local substation. 

Springfield — Debentures were issued for an amount of $4,500 to take care 
of necessary extensions to the local distribution system. 

St. Thomas — At the request of the local Commission, engineering assis- 
tance was given in connection with extensions and improvements to the local 
substation and certain main feeder circuits. 



Toronto Township — Owing to the increasing power and lighting loads 
in the township it was necessary to increase the transformer capacity at Cooks- 
ville station. Feeder circuits are being rearranged and the distribution voltage 
is being changed from 2,300 to 4,000 volts. 



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HAMILTON HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM BUILDING 



Welland — Arrangements were made during the year for power supply 
for the contractors on section No. 6 of the new Welland ship canal for the 
operation of dredges and shovels. This power is supplied at 4,000 volts, and 
an arrangement has been made with the Welland Commission whereby the 
additional transformers to take care of this load were installed in the municipal 
substation. This power, which is approximately 3,000 horsepower, will be 
required for about a three-year period. 



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NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL 



The demand for rural power during 1926 was the greatest since the Com- 
mission commenced distributing power in rural communities. Nearly all rural 
power districts show exceptional increases in the number of consumers added. 
A number of new districts were formed and service given extensively. 

Since 1921 the Commission has created on the Niagara system eighty-six 
rural power districts, seventy-three of which are now being served. These 
rural power districts comprise 130 townships, serve 16,695 consumers and 
require approximately 1,789 miles of primary lines. It has been necessary to 
increase the operating staff in order to take care of the twenty-five field offices 
in various parts of the system. The same system of billing has been carried on 
as in previous years, the large districts being billed from field offices and the 
smaller districts from the Toronto office. 

During the year extensions totalling 604 miles of primary lines, in addition 
to improvements to those lines already constructed, were made in the following 
rural power districts: Amherstburg, Aylmer, Ayr, Baden, Barton, Belle River, 
Beamsville, Blenheim, Bond Lake, Brampton, Brant, Chatham, Delaware, 
Dorchester, Drumbo, Dundas, Dutton, Elmira, Essex, Exeter, Gait, Grantham, 
Harrow, Ingersoll, Jordan, Keswick, Kingsville, Lansing, London, Lucan, 
Mitchell, Newmarket, Niagara, Norwich, Oil Springs, Petrolia, Preston, Ridge- 
town, St. Jacobs, St. Thomas, Saltfleet, Sandwich, Sarnia, Scarboro, Simcoe, 
Stratford, Streetsville, Tavistock, Tilbury, Tillsonburg, Wallaceburg, Walton, 
Waterdown, Welland, Woodbridge and Woodstock. 

A number of consumers previously served by urban municipalities were 
• ncorporated in the Waterdown, Sarnia and Chatham rural power districts. 

Street-lighting systems were installed in centres situated in rural power 
districts as follows: Monkton in the Mitchell rural power district, Atwood in 
the Listowel rural power district, Mount Albert in the Newmarket rural power 
district, Vittoria in the Simcoe rural power district, Dundas suburbs in the 
Dundas rural power district, Crowland township in the Welland rural power 
district, Wainfleet in the Welland rural power district, Pelham in the Welland 
rural power district and Virgil in the Niagara rural power district. 

Owing to the continued increased demand for power it was necessary to 
increase the transformer capacity of existing stations and special switching and 
metering equipment was installed to supply loads out of Dundas, Preston, 
Gait, Delaware, Lucan, Exeter and Welland rural power districts. 

In the Beamsville rural power district a separate substation was built 
to supply the increased demand. 

A number of new extensions in the following rural power districts have 
been arranged to be built before winter, or in the early spring as soon as weather 
conditions will permit: Aylmer, Beamsville, Bolton, Bothwell, Brigden, Burford, 
Delaware, Dorchester, Elora, Exeter, Forest, Gait, Georgetown, Guelph, 
Ingersoll, Kingsville, Listowel, London, Lucan, Markham, Milton, Milverton, 
Mitchell, Niagara, Norwich, Preston, Scarboro, St. Thomas, Strathroy, Tavi- 
stock, Tillsonburg, Wallaceburg, Walsingham, Waterdown, Woodbridge and 
Woodstock. 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



At Hanna Chute the installation of an additional development, forming 
part of the Muskoka division, was completed and placed in operation during 
the year, resulting in a total increase in generating plant capacity of the com- 
bined system by 1,550 horsepower. This new plant embodies the feature of 
remote-control being operated from the main switchboard of the generating 
station at South Falls a short distance below, on the South Muskoka river. 
The elimination of manual operation results in a reduction in the cost of 
operation. 

Between Beaverton Junction and Cannington on the Wasdells division 
the transmission line was changed from steel conductor to No. 2 steel-reinforced 
aluminum, for the purpose of improving the voltage regulation for the muni- 
cipalities south of Cannington. 

The annual meeting of the Association of Eugenia System Municipalities 
was held this year at the town of Hanover on June 9 and was attended by delegates 
from various municipalities throughout the Eugenia division. Matters per- 
taining to the operation of the various local hydro utilities were discussed and 
dealt with and the meeting was addressed by a member of the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario representing the Chairman. Engineers of the 
Commission were also present to explain to the Association matters relating 
to engineering and finance as affecting both the Eugenia division and the entire 
Georgian Bay system. 

Advice, assistance and general supervision relating to engineering and 
operating matters was rendered to all of the municipalities on the system by 
the Commission during the year and engineers made periodical trips to each 
village and town for that purpose. The municipalities receiving such assistance 
were as follows: 

Severn Division — Alliston, Barrie, Bradford, Coldwater, Collingwood, Cooks- 
town, Creemore, Elmvale, Midland, Penetang, Port McNicoll, Stayner, Thornton 
Tottenham, Victoria Harbor, and Waubaushene. 

Eugenia Division — Arthur, Chatsworth, Chesley, Dundalk, Durham, 
Elmwood, Flesherton, Grand Valley, Hanover, Holstein, Kincardine, Lucknow, 
Markdale, Meaford, Mount Forest, Neustadt, Orangeville, Owen Sound, Paisley, 
Priceville, Ripley, Shelburne, Tara, Teeswater, and Wingham. 

Wasdells Division — Beaverton, Brechin, Cannington, Kirkfield, Port Perry, 
Sunderland, Uxbridge and Woodville. 

Muskoka Division — Gravenhurst and Huntsville. 

Engineering advice of a special nature was given to several municipalities 
as follows: 



64 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Severn Division 

Bradford — An agreement was made for a supply of power for pumping 
purposes in connection with the drainage scheme of the Holland marsh, and an 
extension to the distribution system was planned to take care of this load. 

Midland — An additional bank of transformers was installed at the Fourth 
Street substation by the local Commission, to take care of the increase in demand 
of the various customers fed out of this substation. 

Orillia — At the request of the local Commission a complete report on 
changing the Orillia system from 2-phase to 3-phase, was prepared by the 
Commission's engineers and submitted to the local officials. This report covered 
a complete investigation in detail into all of the problems to be encountered in 
connection with the changeover. Work is now proceeding along the lines 
recommended by this report. 

Wasdells Division 

Port Perry — Arrangements were made for providing improvements for 
metering the load of this municipality and a new metering station was accordingly 
installed. An investigation was made and estimates prepared in connection with 
providing a voltage regulator for improving the regulation of the local distribu- 
tion system. 

Uxbridge — An investigation covering the installation of a voltage regulator 
for improving the voltage regulation of the local distribution system was made, 
estimates were prepared and submitted to the local Commission and arrange- 
ments were made for undertaking the work. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL 

The demand for rural power during 1926 was the greatest since the Com- 
mission commenced distributing rural power on this system. 

Since 1921 the Commission has created on this system thirty-four rural 
power districts of which nineteen are now operating. These rural power districts 
comprise 23 townships, serve 766 consumers and require approximately 86 
miles of primary lines. 

During the year extensions totalling 27 miles of primary lines in addition to 
improvements to those lines already constructed, were made in the following 
rural power districts: Stayner, Beeton, Shelburne, Sparrow Lake, Barrie, 
Mariposa and Georgina. 

Street-lighting systems were installed in centres situated in rural power 
districts as follows: Sunnidale township in the Stayner rural power district; 
Severn Bridge in the Sparrow Lake rural power district; Washago in the Sparrow 
Lake rural power district. 

In order to take care of the increased demand for power it was found 
necessary to increase the capacity of transformers in Wasdells station for power 
delivered to the Sparrow Lake rural power district. 



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A number of new extensions in the following rural power districts have been 
arranged to be built before winter, or in the early spring as soon as weather 
conditions will permit: Stayner, Barrie, Port Perry and Uxbridge. 

In reponse to requests from various rural communities for hydro-electrical 
service, engineering advice was submitted and, at public meetings held at different 
places, engineers of the Commission submitted information concerning rates 
and also concerning all requirements prior to the construction of lines and the 
giving of service. Assistance of this nature was rendered to the following 
townships : 

Artemesia, Essa, Humphrey, Innisfil, Matchedash, Melancthon, Monck, 
Muskoka, Proton, Reach, Scugog, Stephenson, Tecumseh and Wood. 

During the year distribution systems were constructed and placed in opera- 
tion in the following rural power districts: 
Beeton, Georgina and Shelburne. 

Extensions were completed and placed in operation in the following rural 
power districts: 

Sparrow Lake and Stayner. 

Both of these rural power districts are largely made up of summer cottages 
and hotels operated for summer resort purposes and gradually the entire summer 
resort district from Lake Simcoe to Muskoka is being served with hydro-electric 
power. 

ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 



During the year, the Commission was successful in arranging with the 
company supplying power to this system for a contract for a definite supply 
of power to meet the immediate requirements. 

There has been very little increase in the use of power by the municipal 
systems for industrial purposes, but the loads of the industrial companies taking 
power direct from the Commission have increased considerably. 

The police village of Russell was connected to the system during the year 
and several extensions to supply rural residents were made from the Russell line. 

Engineering assistance was rendered to several municipalities on the system 
in extending their plants to provide capacity to supply the increase in domestic 
loads. 

RIDEAU SYSTEM 



A gradual growth of the use of power in the municipalities was experienced 
on this system. The Commission also supplied a company with power from 
the Kemptville line for rock crushing during the summer and fall, this company 
having taken no power during 1925. The revenue from this assisted in reducing 
the cost of power to each municipality and improved the economic conditions 
on the system for the year. 

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Assistance was given the municipalities in engineering matters during 
periodic visits of the Commission's engineers. Some progress was made in 
standardizing the distribution system in Smiths Falls, and demand meters were 
installed on the services of the larger power customers in Kemptville. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

During the past year no particularly large increase in demand for power 
in this district was manifested such as has characterized the operations of this 
system during recent years, nevertheless, due to the activity of the pulp and 
paper industry and the construction of new mills and extensions to existing 
mills in the district, it became necessary for the Commission to make provision 
for an additional development at Camp Alexander, to be known in future as 
the Alexander development. This generating station will be operated in con- 
junction with the one at Cameron Falls and the combined output utilized for 
supplying the demands of the Thunder Bay district. It is expected that the 
new development will be completed in somewhat less than three years' time. 
During the interval in which the new development is being constructed the six 
units of the Cameron falls development will gradually become loaded to capacity 
and the new development is timed to go into operation to provide for additional 
demands of the pulp and paper industry, applications for which have already 
been made, and contracts for which are in process of negotiation. 

Engineering assistance was rendered to the various municipalities com- 
prising this system as follows: 

Fort William — At the beginning of the year a local Commission was formed 
in Fort William to take over the management of the power and lighting utility, 
and a money by-law was submitted to the ratepayers covering a debenture 
issue to provide the necessary funds for constructing a local substation for 
receiving and distributing power to be supplied by the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission. 

The municipality is under contract to take its supply of power from the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission on December 8, 1926, and throughout the 
year a municipal substation has been in the course of construction to provide for 
local distribution, as well as a terminal station for transformation from trans- 
mission to distribution voltage, both of which will be ready for operation on the 
date mentioned above. The municipal station was designed by this Commission 
and the construction supervised by its engineers on behalf of the local Commis- 
sion. Engineering assistance and advice was rendered from time to time to the 
local commission in preparation for service, especially with reference to two 
large power contracts which were secured and served temporarily pending 
permanent service after December 8, 1926. 

Nipigon Village — The new distribution system in this municipality 
constructed and placed in operation during the previous year has been operated 
very successfully during the present year. 

Port Arthur — A considerable portion of the distribution system in this 
municipality has been rebuilt during the year, and the distributing . lines in 
general overhauled and placed in first class condition. An investigation was 
made covering service to two additional new pulp and paper mills. Engineering 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 67 

assistance was rendered to the local Commission in connection with providing 
service for these customers, the combined requirements of which may eventually 
be 60,000 horsepower, and given in connection with negotiating contracts for 
these two loads, as well as for a third company which has completed an extension 
to its mill, which will result in doubling its demand. The programmes of the 
various pulp and paper mills at Port Arthur at the present time are such that 
the additional load at the end of next year may total from 18,000 to 30,000 
horsepower in excess of the present demand of the municipality. 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 

Nepean Rural Power District — Large extensions were made to the lines 
in this district during the year, off which many new consumers will be served. 
Construction work on these extensions is continuing as the year closes. Addi- 
tional customers were connected to existing lines. 

Due to the distance of transmission and the amount of power delivered » 
the Commission was obliged to increase the transmission voltage to 8,000 volts. 
Transformers were changed to provide for the new voltage and the transformer 
station supplying the district was increased in capacity to supply the additional 
power, as well as increased voltage. 

The district was enlarged on account of the greater distance which can be 
covered by the higher voltage. It now comprises five townships, serves 326 
consumers, and requires fifty-nine miles of 8,000-volt lines. 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 



The usual steady increase in domestic and industrial consumption has 
been maintained during the year 1926 on this system, though no notable new 
contracts for power have been made. 

Owing to the additional generating stations provided last year at Dam 
No. 8 and Dam No. 9 on the Trent river there has been ample capacity to meet 
the increased demands for power. • A considerable amount of work was carried 
on during the year with a view to providing additional storage on the head waters 
of the Crow river and thereby further increasing the generating capacity of the 
system. Negotiations were commenced with the municipality of Campbellford 
to provide means whereby a full development of the municipal plant could be 
obtained. The possibilities of securing power from the new developments on 
the Ottawa river have also been investigated. 

Belleville — Various improvements and extensions to the distribution 
system have been made and the local office has been moved to a more central 
location. 

Bowmanville — Reconstruction of the main feeders in the distribution 
system was undertaken by the Commission during the year. 

Cobourg — Further reconstruction of the distribution system was done by 
the Commission in order to render better service. 



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Lindsay — The magnetite-arc, street-lighting system has been changed over 
to a series incandescent system, thereby providing a much more efficient form 
of street illumination. 

Napanee — Extensions to the system were made during the year and a 
new line to serve the golf club was constructed. 

Peterborough — A report was prepared for the municipality recommending 
certain improvements in the street lighting system and new rates were estimated 
for the improved system. A valuation was prepared for the municipality on 
all distribution lines outside the city of Peterborough, with a view to this being 
operated by this Commission as a rural power district. New rates were also 
estimated based on this valuation. 

Trenton — A new 6,600-volt circuit was constructed to serve the Hinde & 
Dauch factory. 

Whitby — Estimates have been prepared for service to this municipality 
at 44,000 volts. This is rendered necessary by the growing load in Whitby and 
the adjacent rural district. 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— RURAL 

Requests were received from numerous rural communities for hydro-electric 
service. Information with regard to service and rates was given to these 
communities by the engineers of the Commission. Assistance of this nature was 
rendered to the following townships: Monaghan, Smith, Douro, Otonabee, 
Hope, Hamilton, Whitby, Rawdon, Pickering. As a result contracts were 
signed by Pickering, Monaghan, Smith and Otonabee. 

A large increase is shown in the number of rural consumers served on the 
system, as the Pickering rural district was added with a present total of nearly 
100 consumers. Extensions and additions amounting to about six miles have 
been made in the Oshawa, Kingston, Colborne and Pickering districts. The 
increase in consumers in the Oshawa rural power district is largely due to the 
transfer of rural consumers temporarily served by the municipal system to 
the rural district. Arrangements for a further extension of about three miles 
have been made. This will be built in the early spring. 

There are in operation at present, eight rural power districts supplying 
803 rural consumers with a total load of about 316 horsepower. 



NIPISSING SYSTEM 



A steady increase in demand for energy has been manifested by all the 
municipalities comprising this system, viz.: the city of North Bay, and the 
villages of Callander and Powassan. As the franchise under which the North 
Bay system was being operated expired on January 1st of the current year, an 
investigation was made to ascertain a method whereby the various properties 
could be disposed of to the municipalities and the system carried on in a similar 



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manner to the various municipalities served in accordance with the Power 
Commission Act. As the Nipissing system was a part of the Central Ontario 
system acquired by the Province and operated by the Commission for the 
Province, the acquiring of the various properties by the municipalities would 
enable operations to be carried on in a similar manner to all municipalities served 
outside of the Central Ontario system. At the close of the fiscal year, negotiations 
with the city of North Bay were still in progress in connection with this matter. 



NEW ONTARIO DISTRICT 

Various engineering advice, information and reports in connection with 
rates, and operating matters, were submitted to certain municipalities in the 
northern portion of the Province. This work covered assistance to the muni- 
cipality of Cochrane in negotiating the contract with a private company for 
supplying municipal service in the municipality and also the preparation of a 
schedule of rates under which service could be given to the consumers under 
the changed conditions covered by the contract. Similar assistance was given 
to the municipalities of Haileybury and Timmins in connection with renewal 
of agreements with the private companies supplying the municipalities and advice 
concerning the schedule of rates to be charged the various consumers for service. 
Special assistance was rendered to the municipality of Sault Ste. Marie in connec- 
tion with providing additional development of power for supplying the future 
requirements of the municipality. 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Interior of barn on farm of S. A. Davis, Wood bridge Rural Power District, showing three-horsepower 
motor, driving line-shaft, chopper and saw-bench 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO— 
In the barn a 1-horsepower motor drives a milker-pump and fanning mill 



RURAL DISTRIBUTION 



During the year, the use of electric power in rural districts throughout the 
Province increased rapidly. This was in large measure due to the increased 
knowledge on the part of the farmers themselves as to the uses that can be 
made of electrical power service on the farm in operating machinery and 
appliances, which greatly reduce the manual labour required in certain farm 
operations, and in operating household appliances which add materially to the 
comfort and convenience of the farm home. It was also due in part to the opera- 
tion of the grant-in-aid provided by the Province under the Power Commission 
Act. 

The assistance given by the Province to farmers and rural residents in the 
foim of a grant towards the capital cost of supplying electrical service is being 
made to the maximum amount provided for by the Power Commission Act, 
namely, fifty per cent of the cost of lines and secondary equipment. This 
assistance is in pursuance of a long-established governmental policy of promoting 
the basic industry of agriculture in various ways. This policy had previously 
found expression in the establishment of agricultural schools, colleges and 
experimental farms, in assistance for road building and in other ways. The 
grants-in-aid thus given make it possible to extend hydro-electrical power service 
to those engaged in and connected with agricultural pursuits in less densely 
populated districts where otherwise such service would not be financially feasible. 

The aggregate load distributed to the rural dwellers is, and probably must 
always be, but a relatively small proportion of the total energy distributed by 
the Commission, and the Provincial grant towards the cost of rural service is 
of no advantage to the power system as a whole because the demand for power 
at present, apart altogether from the small amount distributed to the rural 
districts, is such as readily to absorb all the available supply. On the other hand, 



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FARM BUILDINGS OF NOAH S. WEBER NEAR WATERLOO 

In the house a 1-horsepower motor drives a pump, washer and emery-wheel 



the beneficial influence of rural electrical service on agriculture is reflected in 
the prosperity and welfare of the Province as a whole, and is already a factor 
of importance and worth. 

Throughout the year, the Commission's engineers addressed a large number 
of public meetings throughout the Province. At these gatherings the uses of 
electric power on the farm were fully explained, and assistance was given to many 
rural power consumers regarding the best lay-out for the installation of their 
motors and equipment. 

One of the most important factors in connection with rural power supply 
is the stability of the rates charged. Experience has led the Commission to 
adopt the safe policy of constructing additional rural lines only when sufficient 
contracts have been signed to guarantee payment of the fixed charges on the 
cost of the lines to be constructed ; the minimum signed contracts required being 
three rural light or medium farm contracts, or their equivalent, per mile of 
line constructed. 

The rates first submitted to the proposed consumers are, therefore, the 
maximum, and the rates in any rural power district may be and in practice 
frequently have been reduced from time to time as the number of consumers 
per mile of line constructed in the district increases above the above-mentioned 
required minimum. 

Below are set out, in detail, the rural line extensions approved by the 
Commission during the year, the amount of the grant-in-aid of capital cost 
supplied by the Province and the number of consumers, farm and hamlet, that 
have signed contracts for service during the year. The summary which follows 
includes all rural lines constructed and operated by the Commission, also 
contracts served by extensions from municipalities and operated by these 
respective municipal "Hydro" utilities. It also includes rural lines constructed 
in districts served under Part 1 of the Power Commission Act. 



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RURAL EXTENSIONS 

During the year, there were 665 miles of primary line constructed, rehabili- 
tated and absorbed. Arrangements have been completed to construct a large 
number of additional rural lines during the coming year. 

The following tabulation shows, in detail, the extensions approved this 
year, the number of consumers, the capital, the amount of the Provincial grant 
approved by the Government and the load taken: 

Miles of line 751 . 35 

Number of consumers 

Hamlet Farm 

Niagara system 2,320 1,884 

Georgian Bay system 

Severn division 37 6 

Eugenia division 4 1 

Wasdells division 69 69 

St. Lawrence system 138 22 

Ottawa system 96 67 

Central Ontario and Trent system 198 44 

Totals 2,862 2,093 4,955 

Total capital approved for rural extensions $1,514,795.43 

Amount of Provincial grants approved by Order-in-Council $756,026.21 



Power supplied in rural districts to serve farm, hamlet and power customers 





Rural power 




Township 


district 




distribution 


distribution 


Total 


horsepower 


horsepower 


horsepower 


6,148 


6,653 


12,801 




94 


94 




12 


12 




120 


120 




123 


123 




95 


95 




337 


337 


6,148 


7,434 


13,582 



Niagara system 

Georgian Bay system — Severn division . . 

" " " — Eugenia division . 

" —Wasdells division 

St. Lawrence system 

Ottawa system 

Central Ontario and Trent system 

Total 



New contracts were executed by thirty- three townships, of which seventeen 
are already being served. At the request of various township councils seventy 
meetings were held in different parts of the Province at which the question of 
rural power supply was discussed and explained in detail; moving pictures were 
shown describing the use and application of farm appliances and a demonstration 
was made at the annual provincial ploughing match. At most of these meetings 
committees were appointed to pass on to those interested this information 
regarding distribution of power in rural districts, the uses that might be made 
of the power when it is available and general information regarding equipping 
the premises for light and power. 



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To date the Commission, having agreements with the following townships, 
has built lines to serve consumers. 



Niagara System: Albion, Ancaster, Anderdon, Barton, Bayham, Bertie, 
Beverly, Biddulph, Blandford, Blenheim, Bosanquet, Brantford, Brooke, 
Burford, Caradoc, Cayuga North, Charlotteville, Chatham, Chinguacousy, 
Clinton, Colchester North, Colchester South, Crowland, Delaware, Dereham, 
Dorchester North, Dorchester South, Dover, Downie, Dumfries North, Dumfries 
South, Dunwich, Easthope North, Easthope South, Ekfrid,* Ellice, Elma, 
Enniskillen, Esquesing, Etobicoke, Flamboro East, Flamboro West, Georgina, 
Glanford, Goderich, Gosfield North, Gosfield South, Grantham, Grey, Grimsby 
North, Guelph, Gwillimbury East, Gwillimbury North, Harwich, Hay, Howard, 
Humberstone, King, Lobo, Logan, London, Louth, Maidstone, Malahide, 
Maiden, Markham, McKillop, Mersea, Middleton, Moore, Morris, Mosa, 



74 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Nassagaweya, Nelson, Niagara, Nichol, Nissouri East, Nissouri West, Norwich 
North, Norwich South, Oneida, Orford, Oxford East, Oxford North, Oxford 
West, Pelham, Pilkington, Plympton, Puslinch, Rainham, Raleigh, Rochester, 
Romney, Saltfleet, Sandwich East, Sandwich South, Sandwich West, Sarnia, 
Scarboro, Sombra, Southwold, Stamford, Stephen, Thorold, Tilbury North, 
Tilbury East, Toronto, Toronto Gore, Townsend, Trafalgar, Tuckersmith, 
Usborne, Vaughan, Wainfleet, Walpole, Waterloo, Wellesley, Westminster, 
Whitchurch, Willoughby, Wilmot, Windham, Woodhouse, Woolwich, Yarmouth, 
York, York East, York North, Zorra East. 

Georgian Bay System — Severn Division: Flos, Innisfil, Nottawasaga, 
Oro, Sunnidale, Tay, Tecumseh. Eugenia Division: Artemesia, Bentinck, 
Brant, Derby, Kinloss, Melancthon. Wasdells Division: Brock, Eldon, Mara, 
Mariposa, Morrison, Orillia, Rama, Reach, Thorah, Uxbridge. 

St. Lawrence System: Augusta, Charlottenburg, Edwardsburg, Elizabeth- 
town, Kenyon, Lancaster, Russell, Williamsburg, Winchester. 

Ottawa System: Gloucester, Goulbourn, Gower North, Nepean, Osgoode. 

Central Ontario and Trent System: "Darlington, Haldimand, Hallowell, 
Kingston, Murray, Pickering, Rawdon, Seymour, Whitby, Whitby East. 



Summaries of information relating to rural line extensions, including 
expenditures and provincial grants, are, for the townships just listed, presented 
below. 



SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 
Approved by the Commission to October 31, 1926 

Miles of primary lines 2,276. 56 

Number of Consumers 

Rural power districts 

Hamlet 12,256 

Farm 6,598 

18,854 

In addition to consumers served direct by the Commission there are 
the following rural consumers served by municipalities: 

Suburban 10,772 

Hamlet 1,992 

Farm 747 

13,511 

Total , 32,365 

Total rural capital expenditure approved to October 31, 1926 $4,764,196.56 

Provincial grants approved by Order-in-Council to October 31, 1926. .. .$2,372,584.06 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



75 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been executed, 
users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under twelve general 
classes with limitations as follows: 



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Glass I: Hamlet Service — Includes service in hamlets, where four or more consumers are 
served from one transformer. This class excludes farmers and power users. Service is given 
under two sub-classes as follows: 

Glass 1-B: Service to residences or stores. Use of appliances over 750 watts per- 
manently installed is not permitted under this class. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or permanently installed 
appliances greater than 750 watts. Combinations of residence and store supplied from 
one service shall be not less than Class 1-C. Special or unusual loads will be treated 
specially. 

Class II- A: House Lighting — Includes service to all residences that cannot be grouped 
as in Class I. This class excludes farmers and power users. 

Class II-B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for a single-phase motor not exceeding 2 horse- 
power or an electric range (motor and range not to be used simultaneously) on a small farm of 
ten acres or less in vegetable or fruit growing districts, and fifty acres or less in mixed farming 
districts. 

Class III: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors not exceeding 3 horsepower and 
electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class IV: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm 
buildings and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors up to 
5-horsepower demand or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class V: Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting farm buildings 
and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors, up to 5-horsepower 
demand, or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class VI: Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service, will 
be given at the discretion of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class VII: Farm Service, Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro- 
Electric Commission of Ontario. 

Class VIII: Syndicate Outfits — Any consumers with contracts in any of the foregoing 
farm classes may, with the approval of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, form 
a syndicate under a separate contract for the purpose of operating jointly a syndicate outfit 
provided the summation of their relative class demands is not less than the capacity of the syndi- 
cate motor. 



76 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

In the annual report for the fiscal year 1925 reference was made to major 
additions which were being made both to the Queenston station of the Niagara 
system and to the Cameron Falls station of the Thunder Bay system. These have 
since been completed and constitute the final installations in these two plants to 
utilize the present available water supply. 

In addition a considerable amount of work of a preliminary nature has been 
carried out in connection with the development at Camp Alexander just below 
Cameron Falls on the Nipigon river. This new development will be known as 
the Alexander power development. 

The Hanna Chute development on the South Muskoka river is now prac- 
tically completed, and this station has been already carrying its share of the load 
on the Georgian Bay system. 

A brief summary of the work of the Hydraulic department would not be 
complete without reference to the surveys and investigations carried out with a 
view to procuring further supplies of power for the various systems. Surveys 
have been carried out on lake Nipigon, on the South Muskoka river, and at 
Kashabogand Loon lakes in the Crow River watershed. Extensive investigation 
work has been proceeding in the office on the power sites of the St. Lawrence and 
Ottawa rivers to determine the most feasible and economical layouts for power 
developments. 

Following is a more detailed description of the work carried out under the 
jurisdiction of this department during the fiscal year ending October 31, 1926. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston- Chippawa Development 

The past year marked the completion of the full installation of nine units 
at the Queenston power house, thus bringing to a successful conclusion this great 
undertaking begun more than ten years ago. The major portion of the work 
involved in the installation of unit number 9 was carried out in the preceding 
year, although this unit did not assume its share of the load until December 5, 1925. 

The remaining work around the plant consisted of minor items only. At 
the top of the escarpment a parapet wall of concrete was built between the tracks 
of the International Railway and the edge of the cliff, and the tracks were moved 



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77 




QUEENSTON-CHIPPAWA POWER DEVELOPMENT 

Queenston generating station as completed for nine units, showing administration building and screen 

house above with concrete-covered penstocks descending the cliff. The Niagara gorge at 

this point is more than 300 feet deep 



to their final location. Grading and landscape gardening work were employed 
around the screen house to beautify the surroundings, as the park boulevard 
driveway, as well as the International Railway tracks, passes between the screen 
house and the escarpment. 

Further cleaning up operations were carried out along the canal, and por- 
tions of the exposed rock walls were protected with gunite. An inspection bridge 
was constructed at the control gate which is just downstream from the McLeod 
road bridge. 

The dredging in the Welland river and earth section of the canal was com- 
pleted in the early summer by the contractors, E. O. Leahey & Company, thus 
completing an ample waterway from the intake at Chippawa to the rock section 
of the canal. This enlarged section of the Welland river provides sufficiently 
low velocities with maximum load condition on the plant to meet navigation 
requirements. 



Bridges Across Power Canal 

Under the terms of an agreement made with the Grand Trunk Railway in 
1917, the Commission was required to extend the subway for the undercrossing 
of the construction railway on the Queenston-Chippawa development, making 
it sufficiently wide for the Canadian National Railways to lay an additional 
track to the north of the present main line crossing of the power canal. A 
contract was let in the late autumn, and it is expected that the work will be 



78 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

completed, so as to permit operation by the Canadian National Railways over 
the structure, by January, 1927. The structure was designed for Cooper's 
Class E70 loading, with concrete abutments carrying 24-inch girders and a solid 
concrete deck. 

Toronto Power Development 

The installation of Kingsbury thrust bearings in each of the eleven units 
of this plant, which was begun last year, was completed, and the station is now 
operating under considerably improved conditions over those obtaining previous 
to their installation and with a material reduction in expense. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Hanna Chute Development 

As construction work on this development on the South Muskoka river is 
now practically completed, a short description of the plant may be of interest. 
The power-house, which is a single unit plant, is situated in a narrow rock gorge 
about half a mile above South Falls generating station. From the north side 
of the power house a concrete gravity wall extends a distance of about 115 feet 
to the rock bank, while on the south side a similar gravity wall 40 feet long 
connects the power house with three 16-foot sluices and a spillway section 56 
feet long. The maximum height of the gravity section is 25 feet. These struc- 
tures back the water up to the foot of Trethewey falls, a distance of about two 
miles, and this large head pond, the elevation of which is about 30 feet above the 
South Falls forebay level, is of ample capacity to take care of the daily and 
weekly load fluctuations on the two plants. 

The power house substructure is of the reinforced-concrete, open-flume 
type, and fills the space between the rocky walls of the gorge. The headworks 
is built integral with the power house substructure, and is equipped with racks 
and checks for stop logs, no head gates being considered necessary at the present 
time. The main floor of the power house is of reinforced flat slab construction, 
in which two steel girders are embedded for supporting the generator. The 
turbine chamber floor is constructed as an arch between the two rock walls. A 
steel plate draft tube of the Moody spreading type was used with a cone extend- 
ing up to the base of the runner. 

The hydraulic equipment consists of one vertical propeller type turbine 
rated at 1,550 horsepower under 30-foot head, operating at 225 r.p.m., and con- 
trolled by a Woodward governor. The governor is fully equipped with auto- 
matic and remote control attachments to enable the unit to be operated from the 
South Falls plant. 

Automatic gauges have been installed to show the headwater levels at both 
Hanna Chute and South Falls, and these are connected with indicators in the 
South Falls power house. This arrangement enables the operator to maintain 
the proper balance between the water levels in the two forebays. 

Construction work on this development was started in the spring of 1925, 
and the unit was placed in commercial service on October 22, 1926. This is the 
Commission's third station to be operated by remote control. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



79 




HANNA CHUTE POWER DEVELOPMENT— MUSKOKA RIVER 
View of up-stream side of power house and dam 







SOUTH FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— MUSKOKA RIVER 
General view showing power house, penstocks, log-chute and falls 



The completion of the Hollow Lake storage dam in the late fall of 1925, 
together with the South Falls extension and the construction of Hanna Chute 
plant with its large head pond, has increased the capacity of these plants on the 
South Muskoka river to 7,000 horsepower, which forms a very useful addition 
to the generating capacity of the Georgian Bay system. 



80 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



Cameron Falls Development 

The past year saw the successful completion of this station to its full capacity 
of 75,000 horsepower. The last unit, No. 6, was placed in commission on April 
8, 1926, although the bulk of the work in connection with its installation had been 
done during the preceding year. This plant, the pioneer development by the 
Commission in the north country, had to bear a great deal of adverse criticism 
for a time on account of its capacity, which was considered too high for the avail- 
able load. But once power from the first two units was delivered, a rush 
schedule had to be adopted to keep pace with the growth in load, and it stands 
to-day as a monument to the foresight of the Commission. 

Virgin Falls Dam 

The Virgin Falls dam at the outlet of lake Nipigon was practically completed 
by the end of 1925, although a small amount of excavation still remained to be 
taken out. This work was completed early last summer. This dam now con- 
trols a very large reservoir, and enables the total flow of the Nipigon river to be 
utilized for power development as the load requires it. Good regulation 
has been obtained under operating conditions, the head water level at Cameron 
Falls being maintained very close to the maximum elevation without wasting 
any appreciable amount of water. This storage will also be of equal benefit to 
all other developments on the Nipigon river. 

Alexander Power Development 

On account of the increasing demand for power for the Thunder Bay system, 
due principally to the construction of new pulp and paper mills, a further devel- 
opment of power on the Nipigon river was imperative. The site selected was 
near Camp Alexander about one and a half miles downstream from Cameron 
Falls. A head of 60 feet is available here and this site will be known as the 
Alexander power development. An earth dam about 80 feet high will raise the 
water up to tail water level of the plant above, and create a large head pond 
between the two sites which will freeze over in winter, thus providing an effective 
covering for the prevention of difficulties from ice. 

The layout consists essentially of an earth dam across the river and a short 
headrace canal from a point upstream from the dam across a narrow point of 
land to the power house, the tailrace discharging below a sharp bend in the river 
into a wide slack- water reach. A concrete spillway 725 feet long joins the 
power house to the end of the main dam. A diversion channel to by-pass the 
water during the construction of the main dam passes under the spillway. 
This will afterwards be blocked up. 

The installation will consist of three 18,000 horsepower units, with provision 
in the headworks for a fourth unit of the same capacity to be added at a later 
date. Provision will be made for the passage of fish past the plant, and for the 
handling of pulpwood and other timber from the upper lakes and rivers into lake 
Superior. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



81 




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NIPIGON RIVER POWER DEVELOPMENTS 

(a) Main dam at Virgin falls providing storage on Lake Nipigon 

(b) Nipigon river bridge from up-stream side 

(c) Alexander rapid — Site of new development 



82 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Actual construction work on this development was started by the Construc- 
tion department of the Commission about the middle of June, when grading 
on the permanent railway line from Cameron Falls to the power house site was 
commenced. This line which is nearly two miles long necessitated the building 
of two plate girder bridges, one across the Nipigon river near Cameron Falls and 
one across Fraser creek near the new power house site. The last crossing was 
completed about the middle of October, and rail connection with the site thus 
established. 

Meanwhile clearing in the neighbourhood of the dam, canal and power house 
was in progress and earth excavation on the power house site was started on 
October 18th. A compressor and transformer building, a carpenter shop and a 
machine shop are being erected at convenient locations and construction plant 
and equipment is arriving on the job. Diamond drilling operations have been 
carried out to locate the underlying rock and test pits sunk to find suitable mater- 
ials for the earth dam. The design of the various structures is under way in the 
office and tenders for the turbines and head gates have been received. It is 
anticipated that power will be available from this development in 1929. 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 

During the past year minor betterments only have been made to the plants 
of the Central Ontario system. At Dam No. 8 development, concrete deflector 
piers were installed in the turbine flumes similar to those at Dam No. 9, and these 
deflectors have been the means of increasing the efficiency of the units. Dam 
No. 9 development has been in successful operation since the spring of 1925, and 
the remote control and automatic features have proved very reliable and positive 
in operation. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

The Nipissing and Bingham Chute plants have been operated continuously 
during the past year without encountering any serious trouble. The saddles 
under a short section of the wood stave pipe line at Nipissing were ballasted with 
gravel to prevent damage from an underground spring, and the spring was 
diverted. The flow of the South river, augmented by storage waters held on a 
number of lakes in the drainage area, was sufficient to take care of all load require- 
ments. 

HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS AND TESTS 
Niagara System 

The investigations of water levels in the upper Niagara river, commenced 
during the preceding year, were continued and the backwater studies concluded. 
Efficiency tests were made on No. 9 turbine at the Queenston plant by means of 
the Gibson method. This method had proved very convenient for this installa- 
tion as it provides a quick and accurate means of determining the losses from 
headwater to tailwater. Several tests on the canal were also made to determine 
its ultimate carrying capacity. 






1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 83 

An investigation was made respecting the possibility of rehabilitating the 
old Erindale generating station on the Credit river. It has been suggested that 
this development might be utilized to help reduce the peak load on the Niagara 
system by feeding power from Erindale into the Toronto district for one or two 
hours during the day when the load is greatest. This matter is under considera- 
tion at the present time. 

Georgian Bay System 

Surveys were inaugurated and are now under way covering the South 
Muskoka river from Hanna Chute up to Lake of Bays. The object of these 
surveys is to determine the best sites for further power developments on this 
river. 

Notes on the surveys of the Moon and Musquash rivers carried out the 
preceding season were plotted in the office this year and plans are now avail- 
able covering the area between Bala and Georgian bay. 

St. Lawrence System 

Further studies were made throughout the year in connection with the 
proposed development of the St. Lawrence river between Odgensburg and lake 
St. Francis. 

Thunder Bay System 

Extensive tests were carried out at the Cameron Falls station early this 
fall to determine turbine efficiencies, and for plant ratings. Units Nos. 1, 3 and 
6 were tested as representative of the three series of two units each supplied by 
different manufacturers. These tests showed efficiencies well up to those 
guaranteed by the turbine manufacturers. 

Estimates were prepared on the cost of new developments between Cam- 
eron Falls and lake Nipigon, as it is anticipated that the load will outgrow the 
combined capacity of Cameron Falls and the Alexander development in the 
not very distant future. 

Surveys were made on lake Nipigon to determine the maximum level to 
which the lake may be raised without extensive land damages, and accurate 
records of the elevation of the lake, as well as the inflow and outflow, are being 
kept. 

Central Ontario System 

At Campbellford a 1,000 horsepower development has been constructed by 
the Northumberland Paper and Electric Company, under a previous agreement 
with the Commission. This plant draws water from the forebay of the Commis- 
sion's Ranney Falls station. The plans for this development were approved by 
the Commission and efficiency tests will be carried out later. 

Detailed surveys and investigations on Kashabog and Loon lakes are being 
carried out in connection with the proposed Crow River storage scheme, although 
no actual construction work has yet been done. The purpose of this storage 
scheme is to enable the plants on the Trent river below Heely Falls to operate at 
full capacity at all seasons of the year. 



84 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

An estimate was prepared of the cost of installing an additional 2,400 horse- 
power at the Campbellford town plant. This addition would enable this station 
to utilize the full regulated flow of the Trent river, and it could then be operated 
in step with the other plants. 

Ottawa System 

The Ottawa river is the third largest stream in Southern Ontario, being 
exceeded in volume of flow by the St. Lawrence and Niagara rivers only. Un- 
fortunately from a power development standpoint, the flow is not nearly so 
uniform as that of the two latter rivers. Whereas the flow on the St. Lawrence 
varies between a minimum of 184,000 c.f.s., to a maximum of. 320,000 c.f.s., the 
Ottawa river flow at Carillon has varied from 17,000 c.f.s. to 363,000 c.f.s. The 
total length from the source which lies almost directly north of Ottawa to the 
junction with the St. Lawrence is approximately 750 miles, and it drains about 
56,000 square miles of territory in Ontario and Quebec. The interprovincial 
boundary between these provinces follows the course of the river from the 
north end of lake Temiskaming to Point Fortune, which is at the easterly 
corner of Ontario. 

The river in general consists of a series of lake-like expanses separated by 
swift rapids in the narrower portions. The part being investigated by the 
Commission with a view to development lies between Mattawa and Point For- 
tune, and there is a total drop of 430 feet on the 268 miles separating these two 
points. With the exception of the Chaudiere plants at Ottawa, where a head of 
40 feet is developed, and the Ottawa River Power Company's plant at Bryson 
on the Quebec Channel between Calumet Island and the province of Quebec, 
where a head of 65 feet and half the flow will be ultimately used, the remainder 
of this 430- foot head is at present undeveloped. The topography is such as to 
indicate seven or eight possible power concentrations providing a total capacity 
of somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1 ,000,000 horsepower to be divided between 
the two provinces. 

In the studies carried on during the past year, the regulated minimum flow 
of the river at these various proposed sites was given particular attention to 
enable the capacities to be determined. This involved a consideration of the 
available storage basins in the drainage area, both developed and undeveloped, 
and, in the case of the Carillon site, it involved the proposed regulation of the 
Gatineau river by the Gatineau Power Company. Preliminary estimates for 
alternative schemes of development at the proposed sites have been prepared. 

Complete plans are now available for the whole area covered by the Com- 
mission's Ottawa river surveys of the two preceding years, and these, in conjunc- 
tion with the Georgian Bay Ship Canal plans, provide data to enable the possible 
power concentrations to be studied. 

* * * 

Constant co-operation with the Operating department is maintained by 
this department to assist with problems arising during plant operation. Data 
has been supplied to provide the most economical use of storage waters, and also 
to enable maximum plant output to be realized from present installations. 
Engineering assistance on special hydraulic and mechanical problems is also 
available to the Operating department. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 85 



SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating Stations on the Niagara River 

Queenston — Nine units are now operating at Queenston, unit No. 9 
having been completed on December 5, 1925. Armature winding connection 
changes have been completed on all except No. 1 unit. Switching arrangements 
have been provided so that off-peak power may be delivered at 60,000 volts. 
Minor improvements were made to the equipment in the step-up transformer 
stations at Niagara Falls. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Niagara District — The new 1,500-kv-a. Port Colborne distributing station 
was placed in service. A 300-kv-a. station was constructed at Jordan. At 
Port Colborne, cooling coils were added to the transformers of the Dominion 
Government Elevator distributing station, and metering equipment was installed 
at the plant of the International Nickel Company. Two 1,500-kv-a. transformers 
were installed in Welland municipal station to furnish power to the E. O. 
Leahey Company, and changes in the metering equipment were made. Booster 
transformers were installed at Thorold distributing station. 

Cooksville District — The 110,000-volt oil circuit-breaker on the trans- 
former bank at Cooksville transformer station is being reinforced and barrier 
walls are being built around the high-voltage breaker. Authorization has also 
been given to replace the three 50-kv-a. single-phase transformers in this station 
which feed the Toronto township load, with three 250-kv-a. single-phase units. 

Toronto and York District — The replacement of the 13,200-volt breakers 
has been completed at Strachan Avenue transformer station and a new 
110,000-volt connection made to the north end of the station bus. Minor 
changes in equipment at Bridgman-Davenport transformer station were also 
made. A newly developed totalizing metering scheme for the Toronto load was 
completed in September. 

In the district north of Toronto additional demands were taken care of 
by the installation of a 1 50-kv-a. pole-type structure, designated Sharon 
distributing station, and by the installation of a second 150-kv-a. transformer at 
Mount Joy distributing station. At Aurora, improved metering equipment 
was installed. 



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NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 




QUEENSTON-CHIPPAWA POWER DEVELOPMENT 
General view of generator room from south end showing nine units in operation 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



87 




ISLINGTON DISTRIBUTING STATION 



Switching equipment has been installed at York transformer station so 
that under emergency conditions the load may be carried at 13,200-volts by 
Toronto Strachan avenue station. 

Additional transformer capacity installed in the section served by York 
transformer station includes two new pole-type stations, one at Islington 
distributing station with a bank of three 250-kv-a. transformers and one Klein- 
burg distributing station with three 150-kv-a. units, and further changes at 
New Toronto distributing station where a 3,000-kv-a. transformer replaced 
one of 1,500-kv-a. capacity. 

At Weston municipal station, larger capacity oil circuit-breakers were 
installed, and the 13,200-volt bus was re-arranged to give more flexibility in 
operation. 

Guelph District — Additional transformer capacity was provided at Elora 
and Fergus. Engineering assistance was also given to the Guelph district railway 
in connection with the purchase from the Grand River Railway Company and 
installation of a 500-kw. synchronous converter in Guelph transformer station. 

Preston District — The work of increasing the transformer capacity of 
Preston rural distributing station by replacing three 75-kv-a. transformers with 
three 150-kv-a. units is now under way. In Hespeler municipal station increased 
transformer capacity will be provided by the addition of three 100-kv-a. 
transformers. 

Kitchener District — The changes in the switching equipment started last 
year at Kitchener transformer station were completed and improvements made 
to lawns, driveway and site generally. 

Brant District — Increased power demands were met in the district served 
by Brant transformer station by replacing the 75-kv-a. three phase transformer 
at Burford distributing station with a bank of three 75-kv-a. single-phase units, 
and by the installation of a new 300-kv-a. pole-type station at Port Dover. 
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built at St. Williams, and authorization has been given to replace the three 
75-kv-a. single-phase transformers at Waterford distributing station with three 
150-kv-a. units. 

Woodstock District — At Woodstock transformer station, improvements 
are being made on the relay system. Changes under way at Norwich dis- 
tributing station were completed. The increase in rural loads was taken care 
of by the construction of a new pole-type station in the Tillsonburg rural power 
district consisting of three 75-kv-a. transformers. A 2,300-volt feeder was also 
installed to replace the existing rural feeder out of the municipal station. In 
Woodstock rural power district, increased capacity will be provided by the 
installation of three 150-kv-a. transformers. 

Stratford District — Engineering assistance is being given for the purchase 
and installation in Stratford municipal station of a 1,500-kv-a. three-phase 
transformer and additional circuit breakers. Additional service was provided 
in the rural districts at Mitchell rural power distributing station by the installa- 
tion of a 150-kv-a. pole-type structure, and an additional 4,000-volt feeder at 
Listowel distributing station. Increased transformer capacity was provided at 
Tavistock distributing station where the three 75-kv-a. transformers were 
replaced by three new 150-kv-a. units. 

London District — In the section fed by London transformer station, 
increased transformer capacity was provided by the erection of Dashwood 
distributing station. A bank of three 75-kv-a. transformers, and three 4,000- 
volt feeders were installed. 

St. Thomas District — At St. Thomas transformer station, the work of 
connecting in the new line to St. Clair transformer station was completed, 
while at Dutton distributing station a new 2,300-volt feeder was installed to 
supply power to the rural district. 

Kent District — In the section fed from Kent transformer station, the 
single-phase Erieau feeder out of Blenheim distributing station is being changed 
to a three-phase feeder. Transformer capacity at Brigden distributing station 
is being increased from 75 to 150-kv-a., the low voltage is being changed from 
575 to 4,000-volts, and an additional feeder is being installed. Work is also 
under way at Wallaceburg distributing station on the installation of a second 
1,500-kv-a. unit and the necessary changes in switching equipment. 

Essex District — Authorization has been given for increased transformer 
capacity at Essex transformer station by the installation of a third bank of 
three 5,000-kv-a. transformers similar to the two banks already installed. An 
outdoor steel structure is being erected to support the 110,000-volt and 26,400- 
volt switching equipment for this bank, and for four additional 26,400-volt 
feeders. The 26,400-volt oil circuit-breakers are being replaced by heavier 
duty breakers. 

At Amherstburg distributing station, a 26,400-volt oil circuit-breaker, 
the lightning arrester on the low voltage bus and the relays were all replaced 
by more suitable units. Six new lightning arresters were installed on the feeders. 
The relays at the Canadian Salt Company distributing station were also 
replaced. 

Increased transformer capacity was provided in this district by the erection 
of a new 450-kv-a. pole-type station for Essex distributing station, a 1,500-kv-a. 



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semi-outdoor station for Riverside distributing station, a 150-kv-a. transformer 
replacing a 75-kv-a. transformer at Harrow, and three 250-kv-a. transformers 
replacing three 150-kv-a. transformers at Leamington distributing station. 

Work in connection with the Hydro-Electric Railways includes the purchase 
and installation of a 500-kw. synchronous converter for Ford station, and the 
construction of a permanent synchronous converter station at Windsor 
McDougall station to accommodate four synchronous converters with provision 
for an extension for two additional units and switching equipment. Three 
1,000-kv-a. 600-volt synchronous converters have been purchased, together with 
transformers and the necessary switching equipment. 

Engineering assistance was given in the preparation of plans and specifica- 
tions and the purchase of material for Windsor municipal station No. 3. The 
ultimate capacity will be five 3,000-kv-a. three-phase transformers, four 26,400- 
volt lines and twelve 4,000-volt outgoing feeders. The station will be operated 
by supervisory control from Windsor municipal station No. 1. The present 
installation will consist of two transformers, four lines and six outgoing feeders, 
the equipment for which has all been purchased. Work on the installation is 
well under way. 

The installation of two 5,000-kv-a. transformers and feeders in Windsor 
municipal station No. 1, begun last year, was completed. Some minor changes 
to allow more flexibility of operation, between No. 1 and No. 2 stations, were 
made, and switching equipment was installed for a 26,400-volt feeder to supply 
Windsor converter station. 

St. Clair District — The new St. Clair transformer station was placed in 
service on January 10, 1926. Engineering assistance was given to the Ontario 
Supply and Transport Company in the design and construction of a semi- 
outdoor station comprising three 250-kv-a. single-phase transformers and two 
575-volt feeders. The necessary instrument transformers and meters were 
installed in this Company's station to measure its load. Alvinston distributing 
station was erected as a pole- type station of 150-kv-a. capacity. 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Severn Division 

At Big Chute generating station two operators' cottages were completed. 
At the transformer and distributing stations on this division, changes were made 
at Barrie distributing station, where the old type lightning arresters and 
disconnecting switches on the 22,000-volt line, were replaced by new equipment; 
at: Thornton distributing station, where a 50-kv-a. three-phase transformer 
replaced the 25-kv-a. unit, and at Waubaushene transformer station where a 
second 3,000-kv-a. auto-transformer was installed. 

Engineering assistance is being given in the purchase and installation, 
at Midland municipal station No. 4, of a second bank of three 300-kv-a'. trans- 
formers with alterations and additions to the existing switchboard and low- 
voltage structure. 

Eugenia Division 

Increased transformer capacity was installed at Durham distributing station, 
where three 100-kv-a. single-phase transformers replaced the three 50-kv-a. 
units, at Durham Russell distributing station, where three new 150-kv-a. units 
replaced three 100-kv-a. units, and at Owen Sound distributing station where a 
second bank of three 500-kv-a. transformers was installed. 

Wasdells Division 

At Greenbank distributing station, a 300-kv-a. transformer replaced a 
150-kv-a. unit, and at Wasdells Falls generating station a new pole-type station 
was installed, comprising three 373^-kv-a. transformers to supply 8,000-volt 
power for distribution to the Sparrow Lake rural power district. 

Muskoka Division 

The Hanna Chute generating station, which was referred in the 1925 
Annual Report, was placed in service on October 22, 1926. As this is a remote- 
controlled station, a description is given in the following paragraphs. 

The superstructure is of pressed brick construction and houses one vertical- 
type three-phase, 60-cycle, 6,600-volt generator with a rated capacity of 1,400 
kv-a. at 80 per cent power factor, and 225 r.p.m. The lubrication system for 
the unit is self-contained, the oil being circulated by a pump from the reservoir 
of the lower guide bearing to the thrust bearing housing from which all bearings 
receive direct lubrication. No step-up transformers are provided at this plant, 
the station feeding direct to the South Falls station bus at generated voltage, 
and the voltage being stepped up to system transmission voltage by means of the 
main power transformers at that plant which have been provided to handle this 
additional capacity. 

The control for this unit is located at South Falls and is handled by the 
South Falls operators in the same manner as the units in the main plant. By 
closing in a small carbon breaker at the control point, the Hanna Chute unit 
automatically starts and comes up to speed and normal voltage for synchronizing 
by hand at South Falls. The operator has push-button control of the speed 
and voltage of the unit and can vary either or both to arrive at a condition of 
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HANNA CHUTE POWER DEVELOPMENT— MUSKOKA RIVER 

(a) Power house, spillway and tailrace from down-stream side 

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All load and power-factor indications are recorded at the South Falls 
plant and the operators at that point can manipulate load conditions on both 
plants to pass sufficient water for the system load required without wastage. 

Starting up the unit and also shutting it down is entirely an automatic 
feature, the only human element being in the synchronizing of the unit with the 
system and the apportioning of load required from the unit. In cases of trouble 
the unit is promptly cleared from the system by relays provided for this purpose. 

A separate 6,600-volt service feeder from the South Falls plant is provided 
which is stepped down to 110-220 volts by three 10-kv-a. transformers at Hanna 
Chute and supplies the service to all motors used in conjunction with the auto- 
matic features as well as to the control circuits. All tripping current is supplied 
from the control bus at South Falls. A seventeen conductor paper-insulated 
control cable of power cable design runs between the two plants over which all 
control impulses and tripping circuits are established. 

At South Falls generating station, a switchboard with the equipment for 
the remote control of Hanna Chute generating station was installed. The 
third bank of three 1,200-kv-a. transformers was placed in service on February 
21. 1926. 

ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

At Cornwall transformer station, the relays on the 110,000-volt and 44,000- 
volt feeders were replaced by instruments of a more suitable type. Equipment 
for a 4.000-volt. three-phase circuit was installed at Chesterville distributing 
station. 

RIDEAU SYSTEM 



The metering equipment at Kemptville distributing station is being im- 
proved. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Generating Stations on the Nipigon River 

Cameron Falls and Alexander Developments — Six units are now in 
operation at the Cameron Falls generating station, the final unit having been 
placed in service on April 8, 1926. Equipment for a 12,000-volt feeder has also 
been installed to supply power to Alexander power development for construction 
purposes. 

Engineering work on the design of the superstructure and electrical equip- 
ment for the Alexander power development is proceeding. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

At Port Arthur transformer station the steel structure and switching- 
equipment for a second 110,000-volt outgoing line to Fort William is being 
installed. Authorization was also given for the installation of the necessary 
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SOUTH FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— MUSKOKA RIVER 
(a) General view of plant from tailrace (b) Interior of generator room 



Authorization was given for the construction of Fort William transformer 
station, which will be a 110,000-volt outdoor station with switching equipment 
and busses mounted on a steel structure. Construction of the station has 
started, and most of the equipment has already been shipped. The first 



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installation comprises one bank of three 5,000-kv-a., single-phase, 110,000/22,000 
volts, self-cooled transformers. 

Engineering assistance was given in the preparation of plans and speci- 
fications, and in the purchase of apparatus necessary for Fort William municipal 
station. Construction of the building, which was started on May 26, 1926, 
is being supervised by the Commission as is also the testing and installation of 
the electrical equipment. The transformers and 22,000-volt switching equipment 
will be installed outdoors. The remainder of the equipment will be placed in a 
building of brick and concrete construction. Provision is made for three in- 
coming 22,000-volt lines from the new Fort William transformer station, and 
four 3,000-kv-a. transformer banks. The installation of three 3,000-kv-a., 
22, 000/2, 300-4, 000-volt, three phase, self-cooled transformers is proceeding. 
Since September 30, 1926, power has been supplied to Fort William at 22,000-volt 
from Port Arthur transformer station. 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 

Generating Stations 

Dam No. 8 and Dam No. 9 generating stations are now under complete 
automatic remote control from Ranney Falls generating station. A few general 
improvements were carried out at a number of stations. The metering equipment 
at Auburn generating station has been re-arranged and changes have been made 
in the feeder connection. The neutrals of the two 6,600-volt generators have 
been grounded. Differential protection is being installed on the generators 
at Heely Falls generating station, work on two of the units having been com- 
pleted. At Ranney Falls generating station the neutral of the transformer 
was carried out and grounded in the river bed. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

The necessary metering equipment has been installed at Auburn switching 
station for metering the power on the 44, 000-volt feeder to the Peterborough 
municipal station. A new despatcher's telephone exchange board was placed 
in service at Belleville. At Sidney transformer station, a grounding switch was 
installed and improvements made on the relay equipment. The current trans- 
formers on two of the feeders were replaced by larger capacity units. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

Changes have been made in switching equipment on the Powassan feeder 
at Bingham Chute generating station. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Studies have been made of the problem connected with transmission of 
power from the Gatineau River developments to the Niagara system at Toronto, 
and conferences have been held with the engineers of the Gatineau Power 
Company respecting the characteristics of equipment. 

Certain engineering studies and estimates have been made in connection 
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SECTION VI 



TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Connecting the Queenston generating station to the Niagara-Lockport 
system in the United States an additional river crossing was constructed. This 
crossing is steel supported and insulated for 110,000 volts and has sufficient 
capacity to handle all the export power required from Queenston. 

From a point on No. 2 trunk line feeding Lockport, to Queenston generating 
station a 60,000 volt wood-pole line is under construction. This is in addition 
to a circuit which ties in with No. 1 trunk. 

Between Niagara transformer station and Toronto Power transformer 
station the construction of a wood-pole line was completed. It is to operate 
at 60,000 volts with 110,000-volt clearances. 




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Four-circuit line entering Toronto near Sunnyside 



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NIAGARA SYSTEM— TRANSMISSION LINES 
Four-circuit tower near entrance to Toronto 



Between St. Thomas and St. Clair high-tension station the single-circuit 
110,000-volt wood-pole line has been put in service. A portion of this line was 
formerly operated at 26,400 volts. With the addition of a ground wire, the 
work will be completed. 

Between Port Nelson and Halton junction on the old Toronto Power lines, 
a tie line has been completed. This tie is double circuited, steel supported and 
operated at 110,000 volts. 

Between Dundas and Brant the reinforcement of conductor was completed 
by the addition of special parallel groove clamps and loops. 

In order to supply Dash wood from London, 9.93 miles of 13, 200- volt single- 
circuit line was built. Formerly this line was operated at 4,000 volts. . 

To tie Woodbridge distributing station with Kleinburg distributing station, 
a distance of 7.76 miles, a 13,200-volt, single-circuit line was completed. 



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PROPOSED TRANSMISSION 
Portions of aeria 



LINE— GATINEAU RIVER TO TORONTO 



map showing: (a) Wooded Section, (b) Farming Section, (c) Reck Section, 
of these reproductions is about 4,500 feet to one inch. 



The scale 



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On 13,200-volt lines, in order to improve regulation and to cope with 
increased power demands, 10.71 miles of circuit has been replaced by larger 
conductor. 

Between Simcoe and St. Williams a 26,400-volt line is under construction. 

Between Burlington and Bronte, fencing on the former Toronto Power 
Company's right-of-way has been completed. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

On the line to Cannington, 5.20 miles of steel circuit has been replaced by 
No. 2 aluminum conductor, steel-reinforced, in order to give better regulation 
with the increased loads. 

In the Severn district, a number of switches which have become obsolete 
were replaced by a more modern type. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The line construction completed on this system during the year consisted 
of 4.20 miles of single-circuit, steel-supported 110, 000- volt line between the 
Inter-cities junction and Fort William; also, a 12,000-volt single-circuit line 
between Cameron Falls development and the site of the new development at 
Alexander Landing. 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 

A considerable amount of reinsulation has been completed within the 
system. 

Between Sidney and Port Hope, a distance of 42 miles, the No. 9 iron 
telephone conductor is being replaced by No. 9 copper. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

Between Callander and North Bay the relocation of the 22,000-volt line 
has been completed in order to conform with changes made by the Ontario 
Department of Public Highways. 



Proposed Gatineau Transmission Line 

The aerial survey of the proposed Gatineau-Toronto transmission line has 
been completed and parties are working on details in the field. 

The aerial survey has been a great aid in making the best choice of location. 



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SECTION VII 



THE LABORATORIES 



The functions of the Laboratories department, as described in previous 
reports, are testing and inspection of materials and equipment, and engineering 
research, and the work of the various sections is described below in sufficient 
detail to convey an understanding of the place of the Laboratories in the organiza- 
tion of the Commission. 

As a possible exception, the approval laboratory may require further 
mention. This laboratory was organized to administer the section of the Power 
Commission Act dealing with inspection of electrical equipment. This section 
requires that all electrical equipment for use on circuits in buildings other than 
power houses, transformer stations and distribution stations, be approved by 
the Commission before being offered for sale or used in Ontario, the purpose being 
to eliminate as far as possible danger from fire and shock in the use of electricity. 
Based upon this authority rules and standards for the construction of electrical 
equipment have been promulgated, and all manufacturers selling in Ontario 
submit their product to the approval laboratory for test and inspection under 
these standards. With the co-operation of the Inspection department and the 
electrical manufacturers it has been possible to administer the Rules so as 
practically to eliminate substandard electrical devices from the market in 
Ontario. 

The work of the Laboratories has not increased in volume during the past 
year but its varied character is indicated in the different sections of this report. 
Special attention is directed to the following features of the year's operations: 

1. The power totalizing system mentioned in previous reports has been 
completed and is in operation in Toronto. 

2. A large amount of testing was done for organizations and individuals 
in the Toronto district. Meter calibration and motor tests formed a large 
part of this work. 

3. The development of a readily portable outfit for measuring the resistance 
of grounds has been of value to the Distribution department. 

4. The department was able to render valuable assistance to the Accident 
Prevention department of the Commission and the Medical department of the 
University of Toronto in the conduct of an investigation on the nature of electric 
shock. 



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5. Radio communication by code was established with the Thunder Bay 
system; the equipment for this was designed and constructed in the Laboratories. 

6. The research w r ork on concrete was carried on with encouraging results. 

7. Investigations on paints and on transformer oils are in progress. 

8. The department is represented on technical committees of several 
engineering and standardizing bodies. 

9. During the year a lighting service was introduced for the convenience 
of the municipalities, by which any organization or individual may have, free 
of charge, expert advice regarding lighting problems. This service has received 
a favourable reception and is being continued. 

10. The attention of the municipalities is again called to the facilities of 
the department for testing and inspection which are available to them. 



High Tension and General Electrical Laboratory 

A summary of the past year's work in this laboratory indicates that there 
were completed during the year eighty-three tests or groups of tests which could 
be classified as routine, and which were covered by standardized methods of 
testing; thirty- two investigations of smaller magnitude which required special 
tests not of any standardized type; and fifteen larger investigations requiring 
from a week to several months for completion with special studies or methods 
of testing attached to each. Among the latter those of the most general interest 
include the following: 

Studies of 220,000-volt transmission — voltage regulation, power limits, 
mechanical and electrical problems of insulatio;i, economics. 

Investigation of radio interference — locating causes, designing and installing 
remedial equipment. 

Testing distribution circuits and ground resistances. 

Field tests on conditions existing on distribution circuits. A method has 
been devised for measuring ground resistance at load taps. By the use of this 
method it is possible to measure the resistance of as many as twenty isolated 
grounds in a day, each requiring an independent set-up. 

Measurement of over- vol tages on high -voltage lines due to switching and 
lightning by means of klydonograph plates. Records were taken over a period 
of six weeks on a section of 110,000-volt line which had been particularly sensitive 
to thunderstorms. 

Special tests on line insulations and methods of measuring the factor of 
safety of each. The character and limitations of the insulating properties of 
wooden cross arms and poles are being investigated. 

Development of a new method of testing lightning arresters designed for 
2,200-volt service. This gives a measure of the seal-up voltage when any 
particular arrester operates in such a manner. 



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SHORT-WAVE RADIO INSTALLATION TORONTO TO THUNDER BAY DISTRICT 
Aerial on roof of Administration Building, Toronto 

Co-operation with the Accident Prevention department of the Commission 
and the University of Toronto, in investigating the conditions associated with 
resuscitation from electric shock. 

Reports on inventions which are based on some electrical phenomena and 
which are supposed to have some engineering value. 

The design and installation of short-wave radio-telegraph stations at 
Toronto office and Cameron Falls generating station on the Nipigon river 
whereby the field and office staffs can keep in close communication. This is 
being used only for the Commission's business and is described in detail in the 
"Hydro Bulletin" for October, 1926. The equipment was designed by the 
laboratory engineers, special care being taken to eliminate hazard to the operator. 
A keying system is used which eliminates interference with broadcast listeners. 
Wave lengths of 50 metres at night and 29.94 metres in daylight are found 
quite satisfactory over the distance of 580 miles. 



Approval Laboratory 

Applications for approval of electrical devices to the number of 418 were 
filed. Of these, 127 were received from manufacturers already using the approval 
service of Underwriters' Laboratories. Of the remainder, 254 were for regular 
test and report of this laboratory; 18 were for special report on individual 
installations, or on devices which would be later approved by Underwriters' 
Laboratories and covered by the listing service, and nine were for limited label 
service for electric signs. 



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The proportion of applications received from new submittors was approxi- 
mately the same as in previous years. One hundred and seventy-two approval 
reports were issued and white card summaries of these printed. The net gain in 
the number of approval cards in our record is 182, about 100 of this number 
being white cards. The relative size of the groups of devices and materials 
submitted was found to be practically the same as that in the last report issued, 
except that heating appliances take second place to wiring devices. 

Label Service for Portable Lamps 

In order to make our approval service on portable lamps more effective, 
and to distinguish lamps made in accordance with specification of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, from those not approved, a transfer label was pre- 
pared and has been generally distributed to the manufacturers who complied 
with our requirements regarding the approval of these devices. Fifty manu- 
facturers, twelve of whom are located in the United States, are now using this 
label service. While some manufacturers are making only one standard and 
using our approval label on their entire product the majority seem to be confining 
the use of the label to those lamps which they propose to sell in the province 
of Ontario. Factory inspection shows that many of the manufacturers in the 
latter group are still using 250-watt sockets and substandard cord on lamps 
which are shipped out of the province for sale in other parts of the Dominion. 
Our best efforts are being directed towards confining the use of the approval 
label to lamps which fully comply with the Specifications. 

New Specifications 

During the year Sub-Committees of the Approvals Committee have been 
working on specifications for: (a) Air heaters; (b) enclosed switches; (c) pipe 
straps; and (d) fractional horsepower motors. After several drafts had been 
prepared and considered by the sub-committees, specifications for the first two 
were finally approved by the main committee and ratified by the Commission. 

Difficulties were discovered in the way of making a specification on pipe 
straps effective, and this specification at present remains in abeyance. It is 
hoped in the early part of the coming year to complete the specification on 
fractional horsepower motors, and to include with it specifications covering many 
of the more commonly used motor-operated devices, such as electric drills and 
grinders, vibrators, hair dryers and clippers, washing and ironing machines and 
refrigerators. 

Meter and Standards Laboratory 

The general range of activities of the Meter and Standards laboratory 
does not vary materially from year to year. New problems in measurement are, 
of course, continually arising; and their solution forms one important feature 
of the work; but the routine handling of watthour meters and the maintaining 
of accurate electrical standards is not a matter about which new material can 
be produced in successive annual reports. The following notes will serve as an 
index to the work of this section of the organization: 

Standard and Portable Instruments 

The electrical standards have been carefully maintained and checked against 
primary standards. No opportunity has been overlooked for comparing with 



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Front and rear views of short-wave radio transmitter 






the standards of other utilities and of manufacturers of metering equipment; 
so that the more careful watch can be kept for discrepancies, and immediate 

k steps taken for their elimination. New standard cells with certificates of 
accuracy are periodically obtained ; and a careful record is kept of the history 
of each element entering into the determination of the standard values of electrical 
units. 
With exception of a number of special meters and accessories procured for 
re-issue to other departments of the Commission on a more or less permanent 
rental basis, but few additions to the equipment of portable instruments have 
been found necessary. The portable instruments for general use by the labora- 
tories and by engineers in the field have been well maintained, so that the 
depreciation on these can be looked upon as negligible. A considerable number 
of tests and repair jobs have been performed on instruments for outside parties, 
this work covering not only electrical equipment but speed and temperature 
indicators of various types. 



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Field Tests 

The laboratories has continued to co-operate in the testing of the generating 
units in the several power stations; and on this important work particular care 
is exercised in the transportation and handling of the metering equipment; 
and this apparatus is always specially calibrated before and after the tests. 
Wide use has been made of the chronograph method of determining velocities; 
and results of great precision have been obtained.* A method of determining 
"stray losses," — an important element in efficiency measurements of large 
machines — developed in the laboratories and used in some generator tests 
with most encouraging results, is mentioned in more detail in a later paragraph. 
Complete tests were performed upon the units in Cameron Falls generating station 
of the Thunder Bay system, and the mass of information obtained with ordinary 
testing instruments was supplemented by a large number of oscillographic 
records. 

Special Tests 

The wide range of laboratories' equipment has made possible a number of 
special electrical tests for other departments of the Commission and for outside 
parties. Among these may be mentioned a series of measurements of loss values 
(frequently less than one watt) on small relays and metering devices operating 
at low power factors, and the determination of volt-ampere values in the same 
circuits. Manufacturers have frequently had recourse to the Laboratories for 
the measurement of the capacities of condensers, and the determination of 
characteristics of other elements entering into the construction of radio apparatus 
and accessories. There has been carried on a considerable volume of con- 
ductivity testing on copper, aluminum and other alloys for electrical purposes, 
both for the Commission and for manufacturers of these metals. 

In connection with a study of the possibilities of steam auxiliary stations 
a series of temperature measurements extending over several months of the 
year was performed upon the water in Toronto harbour, these being recorded 
upon graphic instruments and supplemented from week to week by observalions 
made with a precise thermocouple instrument. In a study of the corrosive prop- 
erites of automobile radiator solutions, as carried out by the Chemical laboratory 
assistance was rendered in a number of hydrogen ion concentration measure- 
ments, by adapting one of the laboratory potentiometers to this work. In 
addition to oscillographic work mentioned as having been done in connection 
with power house tests, there were made a number of interesting investigations 
of the performance of rectifiers, lightning arresters and apparatus for wireless 
communication. 

New Developments 

In the sixteenth and seventeenth annual reports references are made to 
progress in the development of a system for obtaining a graphic summation of 
a number of power loads in different stations. Much time has been spent upon 
the completion of this work; and an installation has been placed in service, 
totalizing the whole load supplied to the city of Toronto through four more or 
less widely separated substations. A technical description of this system appears 
in the "Hydro Bulletin" of October, 1926. A number of similar, though smaller, 
installations are now in progress. 

•Electrician (London), vol. XCVII, 1926, p. 722. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 105 

In certain tests upon the performance of rural distribution systems it 
became desirable to measure accurately comparatively small currents flowing 
in ground wires, where it was not permissible to open the circuits for the insertion 
of an ammeter. It was necessary therefore to resort to the hinged-core current 
transformer, having but one available turn of primary. As this in its ordinary 
arrangement is unsuited to the measurement of small currents, there was 
developed such a device having a special secondary winding, which, when com- 
bined with a microammeter through the medium of a vacuum thermo- junction 
enabled satisfactory readings to be obtained. 

In connection with the testing of large generator units there was tried out 
a novel method of determining the "stray losses." Resistance grids having a 
definite temperature coefficient of resistivity were placed in the incoming and 
outgoing air ducts of the machine; and by a system of balancing their resistances 
through the introduction of a small "artificial load" it was made possible to 
obtain on a single-phase wattmeter a reading whose value varied in proportion 
to the losses in the generator.* Deducting the known losses from the total so 
obtained, there remains the portion of the losses whose value is desired. 

Watthour and Service Meters 

Throughout the year there has continued a steady flow of watthour meters 
from various sources on the Commission's systems, for repair, adjustment and 
other work. Many of these have been re-rated to meet modern load conditions; 
and a continual surveillance has been maintained over watthour meters shipped 
from second-hand stock. The number of meters for government inspection 
continues about as in previous years. 

Acceptance tests have been performed upon a number of watthour meter 
types with particular reference to their suitability for rural work, but none of 
these are radically new in their design. The tests covered principally investiga- 
tions of new features recently brought out in connection with Canadian meters 
of well-known makes. Similar studies have been made of several current limiters 
designed for use on snail services either in conjunction with or instead of a 
watthour meter. One new type of demand register for watthour meters has 
been submitted for investigation, and tested. 

This laboratory, having representation upon the Meter Committee of the 
Canadian Electrical Association and the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers' Committee on Instruments and Measurements, forms a convenient 
point of contact between these bodies and the municipalities served by the 
Commission. In a similar way there has been made possible a very close co-opera- 
tion between the public utilities in Ontario and the Department of Gas and 
Electricity Inspection at Ottawa. 

Instrument Shop 

A large part of the work of the Instrument shop has been in the nature of 
the routine production of test samples and specimens for the Engineering 
Materials laboratory, and in the maintenance of the laboratory equipment; 
but much incidental work in the nature of model building and experimentation 
has been done in connection with the various original developments of this and 
other sections of the Laboratories, as noted elsewhere in this report. 

*Journal, A.I.E.E., Nov. 1926, p. 1156. 



106 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Illumination Laboratory 

Lamp Tests 

As in previous years the principal work of the Illumination section of the 
Laboratories consists in making the tests necessary to determine the quality 
of the lamps purchased by the Commission for general use, the lamps being distri- 
buted chiefly through the agency of the various Hydro shops. 

A very close contact is maintained between the manufacturer and the 
laboratory by means of the resident lamp inspector stationed at the factory 
and in the employ of the laboratory, whose duty it is to make inspections and 
tests of a percentage of the lamps of each batch being manufactured for the 
Commission. All lamps not conforming to the Commission's standard of quality 
as determined by these tests are rejected. A percentage of the lamps accepted 
by the factory inspector is sent to the laboratory for life test upon which the 
final disposal of the lamps is based. 

The entire capacity of the lamp testing equipment is required for this 
service to the Commission's customers and no commercial life tests for parties 
outside the Commission have been accepted. 

Lighting Service 

Since the organization of the laboratory the testing of illumination devices 
other than lamps, has formed a considerable portion of the work undertaken 
by the illumination section, and this has resulted in an accumulation of experience 
and information on lighting equipment of all kinds. The nature of this work is 
such that it is necessary for those in charge to keep in close touch with the 
developments in illumination. 

It was thought desirable to give the "Hydro" municipalities a more direct 
benefit of this experience in the form of a lighting service. Such service has 
been rendered by request and without solicitation during former years and due 
to the great importance of good lighting it was decided to offer the services of 
the illumination section of the laboratory as an adjunct to the lamp testing service. 

Announcement of this was made by circular letter through the Sales depart- 
ment and an appreciable response has resulted. The laboratory is exceptionally 
well equipped for a service of this kind, and it is expected that a much greater 
advantage will be taken of its facilities as the service becomes more generally 
known. 

Lighting plans and recommendations have been furnished for factories 
(of many kinds), churches, schools, stores, offices, residences, and athletic 
clubs. Some of the recommendations have been made from a study of plans 
and at other times visits to the premises were necessary. Municipal managers 
are free at any time to take advantage of this service. 

Automobile Headlight Testing 

This section of the laboratory is still retained as the testing agent of the 
Ontario Department of Public Highways for automobile headlight devices. 
New devices for the headlamps of automobiles must conform to the requirements 
of specifications and receive a certificate of approval before they may be used on 
cars in Ontario. 



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This section has co-operated with the Department of Public Highways 
regarding some of the means for improving headlighting conditions throughout 
the Province. 

The equipment for this purpose is available for testing for private parties 
and has been made use of for this purpose. 

A more general adoption of the depressible beam principle of headlighting 
has rendered necessary a modification of the testing apparatus. 



Miscellaneous Tests 

A filmless series lamp socket for street lighting was tested, which utilized 
a small air gap in place of the usual film. The burning out of a lamp in the socket 
caused a small arc to form a very small bridge of metal across the air gap which 
was sufficient to carry the current and restore a circuit through the fixture. 
The short-circuiting bridge across the gap could be instantly removed by passing 
the edge of a thin steel spring along the gap, cutting the bridge. The test showed 
that the serviceability of the device was several times the normal life of street 
lighting equipment. 

A test of show window reflectors was made by installing a row of reflectors 
so as to simulate the conditions of a show window, and measuring the resulting 
illumination on the area lighted by the units. 

A small number of tests of light distribution from luminaires was made 
during the year, also a few surveys of interior illumination. 

A heat test of a totally-enclosing street lighting unit with a bright galvanized 
iron head proved that painting the interior of the head with a dead black paint 
caused a considerable decrease of temperature of the interior of the unit. 



\08 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Engineering Materials Laboratory 

The work of this laboratory during the past year has been mostly of a routine 
nature. Increased construction of rural power lines has necessitated extra 
inspection, as all copper wire used in this connection is tested before being used. 
Special arrangements have been made with the wire mills whereby the wire 
can be tested at the plant without delaying the shipments, which are usually 
urgent. 

Much progress has been made in connection with the investigation of steel 
in large castings and forgings, as mentioned in the previous report, and specifica- 
tions for such have been adopted. Further work to be done in this investigation 
is for purposes of information and the present specifications may be revised 
when additional data from this and other laboratories are available. 

An investigation is also being carried out in connection with hot dipped 
galvanizing. Considerable trouble has always been experienced with galvanizing 
peeling off the structural members of transmission towers, and experiments to 
determine the causes of this are now in progress. 

Concrete 

Research work on concrete along the lines mentioned in the last annual 
report, has been in progress throughout the year, and important progress has 
been made particularly in the study of the economics of mixtures. The effect of 
variations in the aggregate and consistency are being systematically studied 
using nine different fine aggregates, four different coarse aggregates and four 
different consistencies. When completed the data resulting will be very com- 
prehensive. At present, tests with seven of the different fine aggregates have 
been completed and work is commencing with the different coarse aggregates 
and consistencies. It is estimated that two years will be required to complete 
this investigation, but many of the data will be available for use before that 
time. 

During the year a review was made of the results obtained in the field by 
the application of the methods of concreting developed by the Commission. 
This study was outlined and reported in a paper presented to the American 
Concrete Institute by Mr. R. B. Young under the title, ' 'Seven Years of 
Experience with Job Control of Quality of Concrete." 

Chemical Laboratory 

This laboratory has completed the first part of the investigation of the 
sludging of transformer oils and the results of these tests agree very closely with 
tests made by other laboratories. The transformer oils tested can be divided 
into three classes, namely, poor, medium and good. As a result of these experi- 
ments new specifications for transformer oils have been adopted. 

An investigation of paints for steel for under water service has been in 
progress for two years. The tests have been made at Niagara Falls, and as the 
water level is constantly changing, information is also available as to the service 
of these paints when intermittently in and out of water. Advantage was also 



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taken of the opportunity to test the same paints when exposed to the weather. 
Although these tests have not been under way for a sufficient time to enable 
a complete report to be given, it is evident that coal tar or bituminous paints 
are to be preferred for under water service, while oil paints are better for weather 
exposure. 

Photographic Branch 

There is no outstanding feature to record in the operation of this branch. 
The staff has been engaged principally in routine work (lantern slides, copying, 
enlarging, blueprinting, etc.). Periodical trips were made to Niagara to record 
the progress of the Commission's work there. 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTION 

The Ontario department of Electrical Inspection was formed to supervise 
the carrying out of the Rules and Regulations governing electrical installations 
in the province of Ontario. It functions for the Province under the direction 
of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. The inspectorial staff is appointed 
by the Commission by virtue of powers vested in the Commission by Section 37 
of the Power Commission Act. The Province is divided into thirty-two inspec- 
tion districts. 

The object of the Rules and Regulations is to provide a minimum standard 
for electrical installation and material, the proper observance of which will 
eliminate, as far as is practicable and reasonable, risk of injury to persons and 
property. 



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No. 26 



The Inspection department is at all times in close touch with the Commis- 
sion's Testing and Approval laboratory, and is also informed respecting standard 
practices in other countries. In this way it keeps itself well posted regarding 
new devices and equipment which are continually being placed on the market. 
This knowledge is very desirable, for it is obvious that no installation can be 
considered good or safe, however well the work may be carried out, if the appar- 
atus, material, etc., used is of poor design or quality. 

Inspection covering all classes of inside electrical construction work is well 
organized and in effective operation throughout practically the whole province 
of Ontario, and is probably the most extensive system of its kind under one 
administration. 

One of the difficulties in operating over such a large area, embracing so many 
remote points, is to prevent delay, with its consequent financial loss and serious 
inconvenience. The Commission's inspection districts are so arranged as to 
enable inspectors to make any inspections within a reasonable time, if properly 
notified as required by the Rules and Regulations. 

The Year's Operations 

The number of paid applications for inspection received by the department 
during the past year was somewhat less than for the previous fiscal period. This 
may be accounted for by the slightly different type of building construction 
predominating. The number of detached and semi-detached residences built 
during the past year was smaller, this condition being offset by the relatively 
larger amount of construction of apartment houses, duplex houses, etc. 

The amount of work handled by the department in the last few years is 
illustrated by the following table: 



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1920 


87,399 
84,352 
91,932 
90,000 
90,497 
98,419 
92,725 


160,990 
160,873 
182,522 
180,000 
176,108 
173,148 
174,979 


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Defective Installations 

The amount of money spent each year by consumers, usually ^without any 
protest, in putting defective installations into good condition following recom- 
mendations made by the department, indicates that the public as a whole recog- 
nizes the value of the changes asked for. As shown by the above table, the 
amount of money expended for overhauling has decreased to a large extent as 
compared with previous years. The reason for this is that in many munici- 
palities over 90 per cent of the defective installations which existed a few years 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION l_M 

ago, have been overhauled and put in safe condition. The rather high expendi- 
ture for re-wiring in the years 1920 and 1921 was due to a large number of fac- 
tories making extensive alterations to their electrical equipment, individual 
companies, in some cases, spending as much as $15,000. A very large percentage 
of the factories is now covered by annual inspection contracts, under the terms 
of which the Inspection department makes a monthly inspection of each plant 
and reports on alterations or additions, if any, made to the electrical installation. 

In the past few years the attention of the department has turned more 
generally to the relatively smaller installations in the more congested sections 
of towns and cities. In the city of Toronto especially, several sections of the 
down-town business area have been thoroughly gone over and the life and fire 
hazards eliminated as far as possible from the electrical installations. A great 
deal of time is spent on this work, which is necessarily slow in showing results, 
but as quite a large number of these installations are being followed up regularly 
and every day finds some improvement made, it is not surprising to learn that 
4,509 defective installations were brought up to a reasonable standard of safety 
this year. Records show that in looking after this class of work it takes an 
average of 4.6 inspections to finally dispose of one of these sub-standard instal- 
lations, which means that the department, on its own initiative, made 20,741 
inspections with a view to reducing the fire and life hazards to old electrical 
installations. 



Work in Rural Districts 

A steadily increasing branch of the Inspection Department's activities is its 
work in the rural districts. Actual figures as to the number of inspections made 
are not available, as they have not been segregated. Some idea of the rate at 
which this rural work is growing may, however, be gained from the following 
facts : 

In 1921, the Commission had approximately 300 miles of rural lines serving 
something over 10,325 rural consumers; by 1926 the miles of line exceeded 
2,270 and the number of rural consumers was more than 32,000. During 1926 
alone, the Commission built more than 750 miles of rural lines, giving service to 
almost 5,000 consumers. 



Fires and Accidents 

The number of fires and accidents occurring annually in Ontario due to the 
use of electrical equipment, etc., by the general public is insignificant when it is 
considered that the number of consumers of electrical energy in this Province 
exceeds 400,000 and that probably 4 or 5 times this figure represents the 
number of actual users. 

There was one fatal accident due to electric shock, this being in the Toronto 
district. It was caused by the deceased coming into contact with a defective 
electric fixture which was installed by an amateur, no permit having been obtained 
from the Inspection department. 



112 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION VIII 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

On the Amherstburg division the work of replacing the County road-bridge, 
in accordance with Order No. 35950 of the Board of Railway Commissioners, 
was completed, and the temporary track forming the diversion of the Hydro- 
Electric Railways was replaced by permanent track in its new location. In 
the early autumn the bridge was thrown open to traffic. 

In La Salle several extensions were made to the industrial spurs. 

With the town of Sandwich negotiations were conducted with a view to 
replacing existing wooden poles on Sandwich street, from Detroit to Brock 
streets, by steel poles under joint ownership, carrying both street lighting and 
railway facilities. The Town Council finally decided not to enter into the 
joint ownership arrangement. 

With Windsor and Sandwich negotiations were opened for the provision of 
service in southwest Windsor, and south Sandwich by means of a line which it 
was proposed to run from Wellington street, south of the Essex Terminal railway, 
westerly to the Huron line. In connection with this matter application was 
made to the Board of Railway Commissioners for the opening of Field avenue 
across the Michigan Central Railroad tunnel cut, but owing to the fact that 
satisfactory arrangements were not concluded in time it was impossible to 
proceed with the construction of this line during 1926. It is anticipated, however, 
that a definite policy with respect to opening a street both in Windsor and 
Sandwich which will form a thoroughfare will be arrived at in the near future. 
In this case it may be possible to proceed with this extension in 1927. 

In Windsor the construction of a double-track line on Wyandotte street 
west from Ouellette avenue to Wellington street was completed in order that 
the street widening programme of the city might be proceeded with. It was 
impossible, however, to put this line in operation owing to non-completion of the 
bridge crossing the Canadian Pacific Railway. All work, however, has been 
completed with the exception of a small section at the bridge crossing; immedi- 
ately on completion of the structure, therefore, this line can be put in operation. 
The construction adopted was 100-lb. A.R.A. section-A rail 6f feet long, laid 
on twin steel ties imbedded in concrete with trap rock concrete wearing- surface, 
the joints in the rails being welded by the Thermit welding process. The opera- 
tion of the new double track line on Wyandotte street west, was provided for 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 113 




One-man, two-man safety car, seating capacity 60 persons 

by completely, removing the old layout at Wyandotte street and Ouellette 
avenue and replacing it by a new double track turnout east and west on Wyan- 
dotte street from Ouellette avenue and installing a double track diamond crossing 
on Ouellette avenue. 

On Ouellette avenue from Pine street southerly to Tecumseh road, with 
the exception of double- track between Maple and Ellis avenues, the tracks were 
completely replaced by new construction similar to that described above. 
While this work was in progress traffic was diverted to a temporary track on 
the westerly side of the street, and an auxiliary bus service at the southerly 
end of Ouellette avenue was instituted. Under joint ownership with the city, 
steel poles which carry the lighting and other wires of the city, and overhead 
system of the railway, were erected on Ouellette avenue from Erie to Tecumseh 
road. 

In order to relieve the congestion of the downtown section of Windsor, a 
single-track loop was constructed on Chatham, Victoria, and Park streets, 
with a right-hand branch-off on London street. The construction throughout 
was 100-lb. A.R.A. section-A rail 60 feet long, one half of which was laid on 
Dayton steel ties and the balance on twin steel ties imbedded in concrete with 
trap rock wearing surface. An electrically operated track switch was installed 
on*the branch-off from Ouellette avenue to Chatham street. 

In Walkerville extensive repairs were made to the double-track on Wyan- 
dotte street between Victoria road and Gladstone avenue; all the rail joints 
were opened up and welded by the Thermit process and the pavement was 
renewed. 

The Seminole and George Street extension referred to in the 18th Annual 
Report was completed and placed in operation in January of the current year. 
Extensive alterations were necessary to the interlocking plant of the Essex 
Terminal and Pere Marquette railways, in order that the interlocking plant 
necessary for the crossing of the Essex Terminal Railway and Pere Marquette 
Railway by the Hydro-Electric Railway might be incorporated. 



1_14 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

On Devonshire road, and also on Sandwich street from Devonshire road 
to the eastern limits of the Town the steel poles carrying the overhead work 
for the street railway were moved back, and the municipal §treet-lighting fixtures 
were attached thereto, one-half the ownership of the poles being assumed by 
the Town. This work was rendered necessary by the street widening work 
which is being carried out by the Town. 

At London Street car-barn yard several hundred feet of extra storage track 
was installed; drainage and heating systems were overhauled, and two of the 
old boilers in the power house were removed and scrapped, the remaining one 
being repaired and reset. 

In the West car-barn, which had not previously been heated, a heating 
system was installed, and the barn was re-floored throughout, part of the old 
wooden floor being replaced by concrete. 

The equipment of the barn was added to by the provision of some large 
track tools, including a compressor having a capacity of 360 cu. ft. per minute, 
a reciprocating rack grinder, and complete equipment for welding rail joints 
by the Thermit process. 

Equipment 

The additional car ordered for the Amherstburg division and the three 
extra city cars mentioned in the 18th Annual Report were placed in service 
early in the year. As traffic continued to increase it was decided, after careful 
investigation, to order ten cars from the vicinity of New York city; these were 
entirely overhauled, repainted and equipped with modern door apparatus, cross 
seats and heaters. The cars were placed in service during the summer and 
fall at which time it was found that they were so suitable as to warrant placing 
an order for another lot of ten, delivery of which is expected to be completed 
before the end of the year. The installation of treadle-operated doors on the 
rear ends of some of the new cars had not been pressed pending experience with a 
more recent type of apparatus which had been installed on the first ten cars 
mentioned above. This type has proved so satisfactory that it has now been 
decided to use it on all future cars that are being equipped with treadle-operated 
doors. 

A contract was made with the Gotfredson Corporation for renting seven 
21 -seat and five 29-seat gasoline buses, which have been placed in service on the 
Howard Avenue, Campbell and Wyandotte Street West routes. The sections 
through which these buses run were previously without service, except that 
supplied by privately-owned buses which have now ceased running. 

The construction of the permanent substation building on the McDougall 
Avenue site was commenced during the summer and the installation of the first 
1,000-kw. machine is now practically completed. It is expected that this station 
will be in operation about the 1st of December and the other two machines 
should be ready for service in January, 1927. The 500-kw. rotary-converter 
station in Ford was placed in service early in the year and has resulted in a great 
improvement in service through Walkerville, Ford, Riverside and Tecumseh. 
Work is now in hand to transfer the 500-kw. rotary-converter from the Salt 
Block station to form a second machine in the Ford substation to take care of 
the additional demands in that section. The transfer cannot be completed 



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until all three machines are installed in the McDougall substation at which 
time the Salt Block station will be abandoned. The installation of these new 
substations has reduced the energy lost in transmitting power to the cars and 
has cut down the overloads that were previously carried by the Salt Block 
station. The savings that have accrued have been sufficient to cover the increased 
cost of operating additional substations and the fixed charges on them. 

Additional feeders are now being run from the new McDougall substation 
to supply Sandwich street east, and Ouellette and London streets west. Many 
other minor changes are being made in the overhead system to make it conform 
to the new substation layout. 

Operation 

That the Essex District Railways continue to show an increase in revenue 
will be seen from the accompanying graphs. 

The gross revenue for 1926 was $1,031,443, as compared with $860,303 in 
1925. The revenue was made up as follows: Passenger revenue, $969,339; 
freight and express, $51,585; and miscellaneous, $10,519. The net operating 
revenue was $272,183 as compared with $257,418 in 1925; leaving a surplus of 
$60,470, which was set aside as depreciation. 

More than the normal amount of track work was carried out during the 
year, which accounts for the increase in track maintenance. $4,342 was written 
off valuation expenses, and about $13,000 was set aside for the pension and 
insurance fund. 

The number of passengers carried on all lines for the year was 18,410,520; 
an increase of 3,600,482 over 1925. The number of accidents per 100,000 car 
miles was 26.86, as compared with 19.43 for 1925. Although there was an 
increase in the number of accidents, the cost per car-mile shows a slight decrease, 
being 1.24 cents per passenger-car-mile in 1926, as compared with 1.25 in 1925. 
Out of the total number of accidents, 494 were due to automobiles, and of these, 
140 were caused by automobiles running into street cars. 

The following is the mileage run by various types of cars for the year: 
Single-truck hand-brake (two-man), 142,558 car-miles; double-truck air-brake 
(two-man), 490,110 car-miles; interurban cars, 184,999 car miles; single-truck 
safety cars, 716,091 car-miles; double-truck safety cars, 708,457 car-miles 
express cars, 27,856 car-miles. 

ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Operating Statistics 

Route-miles: 

City trolley 20.56 

City bus 12.18 

Amherstburg interurban 13 . 54 

Tecumseh interurban 5.76 

Total route-miles 52 . 04 

Passenger and freight car-miles operated 2,712,602 

Passenger and freight car-hours operated 327,875 

Passengers carried 18,410,520 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 1 1 . 97 

Passenger cars operated S3 

Passengers carried per route-mile 353,762 

Passengers carried per car-mile 6 . 86 

Passengers carried per car-hour - 57 . 39 

Average mileage per car operated 32,319 

Average passengers per car operated 216,204 

Freight tonnage carried ■ 26,822 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION IJ_7 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

The principal capital expenditure incurred was in the reconstruction of 
track through Huskisson Street subway, extending from the diamond at Carden 
avenue southerly to Farquhar street. The construction consisted of 80-lb. 
A.S.C.E. section rail, 60 feet long, with electrically-welded joints laid on twin 
steel ties imbedded in concrete, with a crushed quartzite concrete wearing-sur- 
face. During construction operation through the subway was suspended, traffic 
being taken care of temporarily by buses. Over the balance of the system 
normal track maintenance work was carried on. 

Equipment 

The colours of the cars have been changed from green to red, and each car 
has been equipped with Ohmer fare registers. All equipment has been main- 
tained to a satisfactory standard. 

Operation 

The revenue for 1926 was $81,816 as compared with $77,916 in 1925. The 
cost of operation, including taxes, was $72,099. The deficit for the year was 
$16,464 as compared with $18,437 for the year 1925; of the former figure $6,115 
is for amortization of the original capital value of the line. 

As a result of discussion between the Commission and representatives of 
Guelph, it has been decided to make provision for a renewal fund for road and 
equipment, and an additional $8,824 will now be required to take care of this 
depreciation fund; this makes a net deficit for the year 1926 of $25,288. 

To take care of the Eramosa Hill district, which had never been served 
with transportation facilities, the municipal council requested the Commission 
to inaugurate a bus route through this district. A bus was rented for this purpose, 
and it has been operating a restricted service daily since September 13, 1926. 

The accidents for the year totalled 17, of which 14 were due to automobiles, 
and since the car mileage was 298,164, there were 5.69 accidents per 100,000 
car-miles, as compared with 4.81 for the year 1925. 

The railway motor-generator sets in the Commission's high tension station 
on Edinboro road have failed on a number of occasions during the last few years 
and it was found that their condition did not warrant further expenditures. 
These machines are the property of the Board of Light & Heat Commissioners 
of the city of Guelph and assistance was given to this Board in the purchase 
and installation of a 500-kw. rotary-converter and a transformer to take the 
place of one of the old motor-generator sets. The other set has been left in 
position for standby service. 



US NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Operating Statistics 

Route-miles, trolley 8 . 49 

Route-miles, bus 1 . 65 

Track-miles, trolley 10 . 05 

Passenger cars operated 8 

Bus operated 1 

Passenger car-miles operated 270,145 

Bus-miles operated 5,295 

Passenger car-hours operated 33,22 1 

Bus-hours operated 851 

Revenue passengers carried 1,282,814 

Transfer passengers carried 223,570 

Free passengers carried 4,779 

Total passengers carried 1,511,163 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers - 17 .42 

Freight motors operated 1 

Freight motor-miles operated • 8,019 

Freight motor-hours operated 1,741 

Total passenger, freight and service car-miles operated 284,101 

TORONTO AND YORK DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

Owing to the action of the city of Toronto in notifying the Commission 
that no capital expenditures were to be incurred on the several divisions of the' 
Toronto and York District Railways, it was impossible to put into effect those 
changes planned by the Commission, which would have improved the operation 
of the system. Normal maintenance work throughout all divisions was carried on. 

Equipment 

Very little change has been made in the equipment of the Toronto & York 
District railways during the year. The five new double-truck cars purchased 
for the Scarboro division which were delivered in the Fall of 1925, have been 
stored at the terminal at Victoria Park avenue for the entire year, on account 
of the city authorities refusing to permit the change of gauge. This it is estimated 
has occasioned a loss of approximately $50 a day. 

On both the Mimico division and the Metropolitan division the equipment 
has been maintained to as high a standard as is possible, considering its age. 

The cost of maintenance of equipment for all lines for the year ending 
October 31, 1926, was 3.9 cents per car-mile. 

Operation 

The net operating results of the Toronto & York Radial Railways for the 
year 1926 show a decrease over the year 1925. The inability of the Commission 
to effect changes which required capital expenditures has been reflected in the 
1926 results. 

The continued operation of the Schomberg line, which the Commission 
had recommended should be discontinued has been responsible ' for a portion 
of the loss, and on the Mimico division bus competition has increased, resulting 
in further loss of revenue on that division. 

The total revenue for all divisions for the year 1926 was $660,501, while 
the cost of operation was $715,008; taxes amounted to $10,946, and interest 
charges to $188,121, leaving a net deficit of $253,575. A reduction in the cost 
of operation on the different divisions for 1926 has been effected, notwithstanding 
the fact that the Commission had not the advantage, of modern equipment. 



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The cost of maintaining equipment on the Toronto & York Radials in 1923 
was $103,949. This has been reduced each year until 1926 when it amounted 
to $73,250. The total operating costs for the year 1923 for all divisions was 
$844,022. This has been reduced to $715,088. Further reductions could have 
been made had the capital expenditures recommended by the Commission 
been put into effect. The cost of operation, notwithstanding the fact that the 
equipment is very old, compares favorably with that of other roads operating 
under like conditions of traffic. 

The cost of operation per car-mile on the Toronto & York Radials for 1926 
was 39 cents. 

The following figures are given by way of comparison: — - 

Cost of Operation 

Line per car-mile 

Toronto and York Radial 39.00 

Brantford and Hamilton 45.92 

Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto 53.90 

Grand Rjver 57.48 

Toronto Suburban 70.41 

London & Port Stanley . 41.39 

Lake Erie & Northern 41.66 

Any pronounced improvement in the revenue on these railways can only 
be made if sufficient new capital is advanced to provide new equipment, double- 
tracking of the Mimico division from the Humber river to the Etobicoke river, 
and further changes that have been recommended to the city on various occasions 
by the Commission. 

TORONTO AND YORK RADIAL RAILWAYS 
Operating Statistics, 1926 

Revenue and Operating Expense 

Increase in Decrease in 

Metropolitan Division 1926 1925 1926 1926 

Passenger revenue $338,683.44 $354,142.10 $15,458.66 

Freight revenue 92,976.11 106,949.69 13,973.58 

Miscellaneous revenue 25,142.19 25,843.48 701.29 

Gross revenue 456,801.74 486,935.27 30,133.53 

Operating expenses— total 443,041.00 479,031.65 35,990.65 

Way and structures 89,018.48 96,334.64 7,316.16 

Equipment 44,649.89 55,843.71 11,193.82 

Power 93,082.95 100,846.40 7,763.45 

Transportation 146,665.28 149,380.07 2,714.79 

General and miscellaneous 69,624.40 76,626.83 7,002.43 

Scarboro Division 

Passenger revenue 77,102.34 82,485.60 5,383.26 

Miscellaneous revenue 2,084.45 2,229.20 144.75 

Gross revenue 7V,186.79 84,714.80 5,528.01 

Operating expense 96,152.00 95,875,46 $276.54 

Mimico Division 

Passenger revenue 122,969.56 155,158.79 32,189.23 

Miscellaneous revenue 1,543.08 1,447.29 95.79 

Gross revenue 124,512.64 156,606.08 32,093.44 

Operating expense 175,815.44 189,916.14 13,353.75 

Route-miles — 1926 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora Division 62 . 98 

Scarboro division 8 . 34 

Mimico division 8 . 62 



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Passengers carried 

1926 1925 Increase in Decrease in 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and 1926 1926 

Aurora division 1,765,085 1,786,262 . . . . 21,177 

Scarboro division 1,181,895 1,246,489 64,594 

Mimico division 2,325,701 2,856,064 530,363 

Special cars 40,706 23,448 17,258 



5,313,387 5,912,263 598,876 

Passenger car-miles operated 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora division 792,419 

Scarboro division 321,916 

Mimico division 597,622 



All divisions 1,711,957 

Passengers carried per car-mile 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora division 2.2 

Scarboro division 3.7 

Mi mico division 3.9 



All divisions 3.1 

Passengers carried per route-mile 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora division 28,026 

Scarboro division 141,714 

Mimico division 269,802 



All divisions 66,467 

Average mileage per car operated 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora division 36,019 

Scarboro division 45,988 

Mimico division 37,351 



All divisions 38,043 

Average passengers per car operated 

Metropolitan and Schomberg and Aurora division 80,231 

Scarboro division 168,842 

Mimico division 145,356 



All divisions 1 18,297 

Freight tonnage carried 

Total freight 44,998 tons 

Freight tonnage per car-mile 532 tons 

Freight revenue per car-mile $1.11 

Freight revenue per route-mile $1,484.65 

Freight revenue per ton 2.07 

Average number of employees 292 

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Collisions of cars — 1. 

Passengers hurt boarding and alighting from cars — 14. 

Vehicles struck, not including automobiles — 6. 

Automobiles struck — 77. 

Pedestrians hurt by cars — 11. 

Miscellaneous accidents — 15. 

Personal injuries all degrees — passengers, 22; others, 19. 

Fatal accidents — passengers, 0; others, 4. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 123 



SECTION IX 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

EXPLANATORY STATEMENT RESPECTING THE ACCOUNTS 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario believes that a satis- 
factory understanding of the manner in which the various operations of the 
Commission are financed will contribute greatly to the interest of those engaged 
either directly or indirectly with the work of the Commission. 

In this section of its Annual Report the Commission presents detailed 
financial statements which may easily be understood although, upon casual 
inspection, they might appear somewhat complex. 

For the purpose of financial statement, the various systems are treated 
as quite separate units for each of which similar statements and details are 
given. Many of the pages which follow, therefore, simply repeat for each system 
the class of data which is presented for the first system dealt with, namely, the 
Niagara system. In order, therefore, to possess a ready grasp of all the figures 
presented in this and other similar reports of the Commission, all that is neces- 
sary is to have a true understanding of the financial procedure followed in 
connection with one system and with one municipal Hydro utility. 

The accounts of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
audited by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the Hydro utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and are also duly audited. In 
fact, in preparing the various financial reports and statistical tables relating 
to all Hydro enterprises, the greatest care is exercised and all statements are 
presented in such form that they may be comprehensive and at the same time 
easily understood. 

It is proposed here to explain briefly the general plan of the financial opera- 
tions of the Commission and in the course of the explanation to illustrate De- 
reference to specific data. 

The balance sheet which immediately follows, exhibits the assets and 
liabilities of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario in respect of 
all of its undertakings, except those of the "Central Ontario and Trent" and 
"Nipissing" systems — which, owing to special conditions, are separately sub- 
mitted. 

It will be understood that this statement of assets and liabilities and the 
financial tables which follow relate to the properties constructed and operated 
by the Commission as trustee for the municipalities; and the balance sheets, 



124 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

operating reports and statistical data appearing in Section X, under the heading 
of "Municipal Accounts," refer to the operation of the municipalities' properties 
within the boundaries of those municipalities which have contracted with the 
Commission for their supply of electrical energy. 

The whole Hydro-Electric undertaking of the municipalities, so far as 
finances are concerned, is operated in what may be termed two distinct divisions. 
The first division covers the generation, transformation, and transmission 
of electrical energy in wholesale quantities to municipalities. The equipment 
essential to this work is constructed, or otherwise provided, and also operated 
on behalf of the associated municipalities by the Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario. 

The second division comprises the various operations involved in the 
local distribution by the municipal utility commissions, within their respective 
municipalities, of the electrical energy which they purchase from the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission. The work performed by municipal commissions 
in their local distribution and sale of electrical energy is under the supervision of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

The ultimate source of all revenue — whether for the larger operations of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local operations of 
the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. The revenue collected from 
consumers for the service supplied by the municipalities is divided so as to pay 
for the power purchased from the Commission and also for the expense incurred 
by the local utility in supplying its customers. 

The portion of the total revenue remitted to the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission — and this remittance appears in the financial statements as the 
total "Cost of Power" — must be sufficient to pay the municipality's proportion 
of the expenditures made by the Commission on behalf of the municipality, 
in connection with the particular system to which the municipality belongs, 
in order to provide, transmit and sell to the municipality the agreed-upon amount 
of power. This remittance to the Commission provides reserves for sinking 
fund, renewals, obsolescence and contingencies. The first mentioned reserve is 
being provided for the purpose of liquidating the capital liabilities; the latter 
three are being created to provide funds for the renewal or rebuilding of any sec- 
tion of the various properties when found necessary, and to meet any contingency 
or obsolescence expense which from time to time may arise. The Hydro-Elec- 
tric Power Commission of Ontario obtains its revenue from power service — that 
is, from the sale of electricity generated for and transmitted to the municipalities 
in bulk — and with this revenue operates and maintains its system and also creates 
the reserves just mentioned. Power service is given to each municipality 
"at cost". 

All municipal Hydro utilities have current expenses to meet similar to the 
expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same sound financial pro- 
cedure with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the 
creation of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and provide a reserve 
to rebuild generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the municipal- 
ities are taking similar action with respect to their local Hydro systems. 






1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION K25 

From the foregoing explanation it will be seen that the revenue obtained 
from Hydro light and power customers is sufficient to meet all operating and 
maintenance costs and capital charges in connection with (a) individual municipal 
investments and (b) collective municipal investments made through the agency 
of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission, and in addition there is being provided 
a fund for the purpose of renewing or rebuilding the properties— if necessary — of 
the whole Hydro installation from the generating stations to and including the 
municipal systems. 

It will be profitable to consider, very briefly, the basic principle upon which 
the whole Hydro project is founded. This is set out in the contracts under 
which the municipalities enter into the partnership of which the Commission acts 
as trustee. The rates at which power is supplied to the various municipalities 
vary with the amount of power used and the distance from the source of supply. 
The entire capital cost of the various power developments and transmission 
systems are pro-rated annually to the connected municipalities, according to 
the relative use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality is required 
to assume responsibility for just that portion of capital employed in delivering 
electrical energy to it, together with such expenses as are incident to that parti- 
cular portion of the investment. Municipalities are not charged with expenses 
connected with equipment or plant from which they derive no benefit or are 
in no way interested. The entire annual expense of operation, maintenance, 
administration, interest and sinking fund and full depreciation are paid out of 
revenue collected from the municipal Hydro utilities through the medium of 
power bills rendered by the Commission. Power bills are rendered at an interim 
estimated rate each month during the year and a thirteenth bill — or credit 
memorandum as the case may be — is rendered at the end of the year, when the 
Commission's books are closed and the actual cost determined.* There is no 
burden on the taxpayers or on non-users and no avenue through which losses, 
should they occur, could be absorbed, except by a direct charge to the con- 
tracting municipalities for power supplied. It should be noted that sinking 
fund and debenture payments are treated as operating expense and that, there- 
fore, the municipalities are not only paying the interest on the investment, but 
are retiring the bonded debt from revenue and, in addition, by means of an 
adequate reserve for contingency and depreciation purposes, are providing from 
revenue for the perpetuity of the system. 

The results obtained by the annual adjustments of the Commission's capital 
investment, operating expenses and fixed charges, as they affect individual 
municipalities are clearly shown in the tables for the respective systems. 

These financial statements are typical of others appearing in this section of 
the Commission's Annual Report, and if their significance is fully appreciated 
there can be no misconception of the relationship of the municipalities to the 
Commission's operations. 

To illustrate further the foregoing explanatory comments a typical Operating 
Report is now submitted, viz., that of the Hydro-Electric Utility of the city of 
Sarnia. 

*The financial year for the Commission accounts ends on October 31. The financial year for the Municipal 
accounts, however, ends on December 31, and the Municipal accounts are made up to this date, and so recorded 
in Section X. 



26 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SARNIA HYDRO SYSTEM 



OPERATING STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1926 

REVENUE 
Revenue from Sarnia Hydro customers for year $250,824.26 

EXPENSES 

Representative illustration of expenses incurred by the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission on behalf of a municipality in connection 
with the supplying of its electrical energy. These data really show — 
as determined by annual adjustment — what it costs the Commission 
to supply the municipality with its power. See Cost of Power 
Statement, page 146, for the city of Sarnia, as follows: 

Cost (proportionate share) of operation and 
maintenance expense of Niagara generat- 
ing plants, transformer stations and 
transmission lines, together with adminis- 
trative expenses $46,170.70 

Interest on Sarnia's proportionate share of 
capital investment in generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission 
lines 77,201.23 

Sinking Fund (proportionate share) provided 
in respect of generating plants, trans- 
former stations and transmission lines. . . . 16,367.26 

Renewal reserve (proportionate share) provid- 
ed in respect of generating plants, trans- 
former stations and transmission lines. . . . 12,532.17 

Contingency and obsolescence reserve (pro- 
portionate share) provided in respect of 
generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines — a reserve created 
to meet any unforeseen contingency or 

obsolescence expense 9,840.44 

$162,111.80 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [27 

Expenses incurred by a municipality through its utility commission 
in connection with the sale of electrical energy to consumers. Consult 
the section dealing with the Municipal Accounts: 

Operation, maintenance and administrative 

expenses, etc $38,397.13 

Interest and fixed charges on debenture debt. . 29,152.90 

Depreciation charge 13,255.00 

$80,805.03 

Total expenses charged against the rev- 
enue from customers of the Sarnia 
system $242,916.83 



Net surplus for the year .$ 7,907.43 



The municipality of Sarnia situated at the extreme end of the Niagara 
system, one hundred and eighty-five miles distant from the source of power, 
Niagara Falls, Ontario, was connected to the system in December, 1916. This 
Hydro utility complied with every monetary obligation imposed upon it by the 
Power Commission Act. With the close of the tenth year of operation, its 
financial condition as shown in the municipalities' balance sheet (see Statement 
"A" in Section X) stands as follows: 

Total assets, $784,308.22; total liabilities, $294,980.05; reserves and surplus, 
$489,328.17. The reserves and surplus account is detailed hereunder: 

Debenture payments $ 87,323.06 

Reserves for renewals of local plant 93,391.68 

Sinking fund equity in Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission system 108,469.63 

Surplus 200,143.80 

$489,328.17 

In addition to the above-mentioned reserves the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario has collected from this utility during the ten years of 
operation the sum of $103,501.69, representing Sarnia's proportionate share 
of renewals reserve levied by the Commission in the cost of power. This sum 
is part of the total reserve for renewals shown in the Commission's balance sheet. 






128 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER 

Niagara System: Assets 

Generating plants: 

Queenston-Chippawa development $76,302,481 . 79 

Ontario Power development, including water rights . . 22,026,481 . 24 
Toronto Power development, including water rights. 12,017,814.00 

Transmission lines: 

Right-of-way 7,048,279 . 00 

Steel-tower and wood-pole lines 15,225,741 .38 

Transformer stations 21,270,863.67 



Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $1,762,285. 14 

Rural lines 115,719.75 



$153,891,661.08 



1,878,004.89 



Thunder Bay System : 

Nipigon generating plants $10,410,955.38 

Transmission lines 1,610,445.01 

Transformer stations 703,170.64 



$155,769,665.97 



Georgian Bay System : 
Generating plants: 

Big Chute development $664,663 . 07 

Eugenia Falls development 1,139,600. 56 

Wasdell development 146,390. 18 

Muskoka developments 737,743.95 

Transmission lines 1,891,028.03 

Transformer stations 580,242.01 



12,724,571.03 



$5,159,667.80 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $96,782 . 80 

Rural lines. 2,798.93 



99,581.73 



St. Lawrence System: 

Transmission lines . . . 
Transformer stations 



Rural power districts . 



Ottawa System : 

Transformers and meters 
Rural power districts . . . . 



$529,073.96 
489,959.89 


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5,259,249.53 



Rideau System: 

Generating plants $839,006. 27 

Transmission lines 261,752. 80 

Transformer stations 60,899 . 17 



1,062,444.88 



46,843.15 



1,161,658.24 



Engineering on power sites, St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers 262,655. 18 

Bonnechere River Storage System: 

Round Lake dam $23,072 . 93 

Golden Lake dam 11,092.81 



Service Buildings and Equipment: 

Service Building and Equipment, Toronto.* $476,672.66 

Equipment of Storehouse and Garage, Hamilton 3,666.40 

Pole Yard and Equipment, Cobourg 22,655 . 77 

Greenhouse, Niagara Falls 93 . 06 



34,165.74 



503,087.89 



Carried forward , $176,824,341 . 61 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 129 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1926 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 
Provincial Treasurer: 

Cash advances for Niagara and other systems $135,049,183.09 

Less: Repavment under provision of Power Com- 
mission Act, 1926 4,812,000.00 

$130,237,183.09 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province : 
Four per cent debentures, due 1957, issued 
in purchase of Ontario Power Company 

of Niagara Falls $8,000,000 . 00 

Interest accrued thereon 80,000.00 

' $8,080,000.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1941, issued 
for the purpose of retiring the 1921 
issue of the Ontario Power Company 

of Niagara Falls $3,200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 67,856. 16 

3,267,856.16 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued 
in purchase of the Toronto Power 

Company, Ltd $413,200.00 

Interest accrued thereon 10,330.00 

423,530.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued 
in purchase of certain electrical power 
equipment of the Toronto and York 

Radial Railway $205,800.00 

Interest accrued thereon 5,145.00 

■ 2i0,945.0O 

Five per cent debentures, due 1939, issued 
for the purpose of retiring the 1924 
issue of the Toronto Power Company, 

Ltd $4,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 75,000.00 

• 4,075,000.00 

Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued 
in purchase of distribution lines of 

Essex County $200,000.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1938, issued 
in purchase of distribution lines in 

Essex County 26,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 3,875 . 00 

229,875.00 

Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued 
in purchase of distribution lines in 

vicinity of Thorold . $100,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 1,666.67 

101,666.67 

16,388,872. S3 

Bonds and Debenture Stock assumed by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province: 
First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1943, 
of the Ontario Power Company of 
Niagara Falls — 

Amount assumed at date of pur- 
chase : $9,834,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 1,233,000.00 

$8,601,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 107,512.50 

$8,708,512. 53 



Carried forward $8,708,512.50 $146,626,055.92 

6 H 



130 NINETEENTH ANNUAL RE PORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER- 

ASSETS 

Brought forward . $176,824,341.61 

Office Buildings: 

On University avenue, Toronto $502,507 .00 

On corner Elm street and Centre avenue, Toronto 160,821 .95 

■ 663,328.95 

Office Furniture and Equipment: 

At Toronto office $77,599.39 

At Hamilton office and outside offices 1 ,587 . 96 

At Electrical Inspection offices 5,531 : 21 

Library 1 ,001 . 37 

— — 85,719.93 

Automobiles and trucks 2,800 . 90 

Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance, tools and equipment $449,145. 28 

Construction material and sundry supplies. 386,669.90 

Maintenance material and supplies 489,210.71 

Stationary and office supplies 20,378. 29 

'- —^ — ^- ' 1,345,404.18 

Reserve Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada, 

par value $2,150,000.00 . $2,141,806.39 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par 

value $4,972,000.00 ' 4,951,894.10 

($4,817,500.00 par value of these securities 
temporarily deposited with Provincial Treasurer 
and $30,500.00 deposited with Canada Trust 
Co.). 

(c) Invested in securities of the Commission guaranteed 

by the Province of Ontario, par value ' • 

$2,573,205.00 2,513,499.68 

$9,607,200.17 

Interest accrued thereon .• 133,941.99 

— 9,741,142.16 

Sinking Funds: '< , 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, which 

securities stand deposited w T ith Provincial Treasurer, : 

par value $366,000.00 $352,054. 85 

Interest accrued thereon 7,026. 20 

359,081.05 

Insurance Funds: 

Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — par 

value $650,000.00 . : $665,447 . 71 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — par 

value $28,000.00 29,078.04 

$694,525.75 

. Interest accrued thereon 17,763.35 

•' ' - •■ ' 712,289,10 

Staff Pension Funds: 

Invested in guaranteed mortgage certificates of Canada "' '' ' 

Trust Company— par value $200,000.00 % ', $200,000. 00 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — par . , i 

value $640,000.00 • 628,905.93 

- 4828,905.93 

Interest accrued thereon 5,161 .90 

834,067.83 

r 



Carried forward $190,568,175.71 

• ( r[ t [ < , 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [31 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TAKINGS— Continued 

' Liabilities 
Brought forward $8,708,512. 50 $146,626,055.92 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1945, ., ' 

of the Ontario Transmission Company, 
Ltd.— 

Amount assumed at date of pur- 
chase $1,772,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 293,000.00 

$1,479,000.00 

Interest thereon payable November 1, 

1926 36,975.00 

— 1,515,975.00 

$10,224,487.50 
Guaranteed 43^% debenture stock, due 1941, 
of the Toronto Power Company, Ltd . 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $13,558,917.81 

Less: Retired by the Commission 3,531,394.43 V* 

,:■, $10,027,523.38 

Interest thereon payable November 1, 1926 225,6*9.28 

$10,253,142.66 

First mortgage 5% Gold Bonds, due 1933, of the 
Electrical Development Company of On- 
tario, Ltd. 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $4,335,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 540,500.00 i 

$3,794,500.00 

Interest accrued thereon 31,620.83 

3,826,120.83 

Five per cent Mortgage Bonds of Toronto 
Power Company, Ltd., due July 1, 1924 — 

overdue but not presented 6,100.00 

Other Debentures assumed: , 24,309,850.99 

In respect of purchase of lines at Streetsville. 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $6,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 2,888.25 

$3,111.75 

Interest accrued thereon 77.79 

$3,189.54 

In respect of purchase of original Muskoka f 

Power development — 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $50,595.93 

Less: Retired by the Commission 17,342.74 

$33,253.19 

Interest accrued thereon 1,236.20 

34,489 . 39 

In respect of purchase of sundry rural lines — 

Amount assumed at the date of purchase.. $42,825.35 
Less: Retired by the Commission 2,984.40 

$39,840.95 

Interest accrued thereon 626.40 

40,467 . 35 

78,146. 28 

Outstanding share capital of the Electrical Development 

Company of Ontario, Ltd 1,100.00 

Accounts payable. $600,476.92 

Bond interest coupons due but not presented for payment 37,592 . 00 

638,068.92 

Carried forward ' $171;653,222. 11 



132 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER- 
Assets 

Brought forward $190,568,175.71 

Grants payable by the Province to the Commission in respect 
of certain rural power districts completed or in course of 

construction $136,820.96 

Less: Funds in the hands of the Commission to apply against 
certain rural power districts in course of construction or 

extension 90,641 .95 

46,179.01 



Cash : 

In Banks $95,366.36 

In Banks to pay bond interest due November 1, 1926, and 

interest coupons overdue but not presented 300,186. 28 

In Bank to pay Toronto Power Company bonds overdue 

but not presented 6,100.00 

Sinking funds on deposit with Trustees for bond holders. 688.04 

In hands of employees as advances on account of expenses 126,198.42 

Invested temporarily in securities of the Province of 

Ontario, par value $200,000.00 192,660.00 



$721,199.10 



Less: Funds of Hydro Radial Railways as shown else- 
where in this balance sheet 282,757 . 92 



Accounts Receivable: 

Due by municipalities and sundry custom- 
ers in respect of construction work and 
supply sales, etc $311,823.28 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 72,369.32 



Due by municipalities and sundry custom- 
ers in respect of Power Accounts $2,910,524.34 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 86,394.43 



$239,453.96 



2,824,129.91 



Interest and fixed charges account owing in respect of 

Rural Lines 13,144.51 

Due by Town of Renfrew for water from Bonnechere 

Storage System for power purposes 15,796.01 

Claim against Dominion Government in respect of income 
taxes paid for the thirteen months ending December 
31, 1921, which should be recoverable 72,334.46 



Balances due by municipalities in respect of the costs of power 
supplied to them, as provided to be paid under Section 23 
of the Act: 

Niagara System $80,349.00 

Georgian Bay System 33,164.01 

St. Lawrence System 15,406. 93 

Thunder Bay System 161 . 16 



Work in progress: 

Expenditure on account of various systems chargeable 
upon completion to: 

Capital construction $23,278 . 10 

Operating and maintenance expenses 4,020.65 



438,441.18 



164,858.85 



129,081.10 



27,298.75 



Insurance unexpired 42,531 . 71 

Discount on debentures issued by the Commission , less amounts 
written off: 

On debenture issue of $3,200,000 maturing 1941 $114,594.81 

On debenture issue of $4,000,000 maturing 1939 82,036 . 80 



196,631.61 



Carried forward $194,613,197.92 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 133 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward ". $171,653,222. 11 

Central Ontario System: 

Current Account 179,573.40 

Insurance Department: 

Outstanding claims and awards $656,400.56 

Surplus 43,655 . 76 

700,056.32 

Reserve for Staff Pensions 816,540. 62 

Balance due to municipalities in respect of amounts paid by 

them to October 31, 1926, in excess of the cost of power 

supplied to them as provided to be paid under Section 23 

of the Act : 

Niagara system $699,289.87 

Georgian Bay system 77,377 . 22 

Rideau system 14,723 . 19 

St. Lawrence system 42,778. 99 

Ottawa system 2,233 .31 

Thunder Bay svstem 577 . 58 

836,980.16 

Reserve for Sinking Fund : / 

Niagara svstem. . $7,932,626.28 

Niagara rural lines 29,692 . 18 

Georgian Bay system 290,213 . 83 

Georgian Bay rural lines 339. 86 

St. Lawrence system 60,487 . 61 

Rideau system 28,478. 64 

Ottawa system 1,433 . 75 

Bonnechere Storage system 7,217.21 

$8,350,489.36 

Office buildings 75,838. 22 

Service buildings 58,618 . 59 

— 8,484,946 . 1 7 

Reserves for Renewals: 

Niagara system $7,282,257 . 74 

Niagara rural lines 989 . 54 

Thunder Bay system 265,342 . 56 

Georgian Bay system 583,934.41 

Georgian Bay rural lines 55 . 98 

St. Lawrence system •. 160,673 . 53 

Rideau system 85,7 19 . 28 

Ottawa system 4,471 . 64 

$8,383,444.68 

Service buildings 225,977 . 43 

Office buildings 73,038 . 81 

8,682,460.92 

Reserves for Obsolescence and Contingencies: 

; - Niagara system $3,379,266. 58 

Niagara rural lines 247 . 39 

Thunder Bay system 50,247 . 89 

Georgian Bay system 288,631 . 67 

Georgian Bay rural lines 13 . 99 

St. Lawrence system 66,378 . 04 

Rideau system 40,306 . 29 

Ottawa system 1,399 . 56 

3,826,491.41 

Balance at credit of interest account 5,753. 81 

Contingent Liabilities: 

In respect of contracts entered into for works under 

construction $696,536 . 20 

Carried forward $195,186,024.92 



K34 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 
Assets 

Brought forward $194,613,197.92 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 

Road and equipment $4,851,955.38 

Materials and supplies 109,729.40 

Accounts receivable — less reserve for doubt- 
ful accounts $54,318.87 

Cash : 

In the hands of the Commission 95,442.99 

In branch banks 6,525.25 

156,287.11 

Insurance, taxes and expenses prepaid. . . . $3,104.99 

Valuation and other expenses re purchase 

of plant assets of the railway and re ,, , 

issue of bonds — less 70% written off . . 6,111 . 19 

9,216.18 
— — 5,127,183.07 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

Road and equipment $422,753.51 

Materials and supplies 7,099. 57 

Cash: 

In the hands of the Commission $3,148.06 

At Guelph 530. 35 

Accounts receivable 330 .29 



Insurance prepaid $1,273.48 

Valuation and other expenses re purchase 

of plant assets by the Commission — 

less three-fifths written off 1 ,025 . 20 

Due by the City of Guleph : 

Operating deficit for the year ending 
October 31, 1926 — as per operat- 
ing account $25,288 . 46 

Less: Instalment of principal and 
interest payable to the City of 
Guelph, November 1, 1926, under 
the terms of the purchase agree- 
ment : 11,700.00 



4,008.70 



2,298.68 



13,588.46 , 449,748 92 



Carried forward $449,748.92 $200,190,134.91 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [35 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities — Continued 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 

Brought forward $193, 186,024. 92 

In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 
Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed 

by the Province: 
Four and one-half per cent debentures 

due 1960, issued in purchase of 

the Railway $2,039,000.00 

Four and one-half per cent debentures 

due 1960, issued for the purpose of , 

making extensions and better- 
ments 61,000.00 

Six per cent debentures due 1961, 

issued for the purpose of making 

extensions and betterments 900,000 . 00 

Five per cent debentures due 1943, 

issued for the purpose of making 

extensions and betterments 966,205 . 00 

Five per cent debentures due 1945, 

issued for the purpose of making 

extensions and betterments 750,000 . 00 

Five per cent debentures due 1945, 

issued for the purpose of ma icing 

extensions and betterments 100,000 . 00 



$4,816,205.00 
Interest accrued thereon 47,248. 63 

Accounts payable and accrued charges .... $63,997 . 89 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 10,000.00 

Deposit to cover cost of industrial spur. . . 1,449.00 



$4,863,453.63 



75,446.89 



Premium (less discount) on sales of deben- 
tures — less portion written off 57,859.39 

Reserve for renewal of Road and Equip- 
ment 130,428.16 

Contingent Liability : 

First mortgage 5% Gold Bonds of the 

Windsor and Tecumseh Electric 

Railway Company, due 1927, and 

payable by the Detroit United 

Railways under the terms of the 

purchase agreement dated Janu- 
ary 14, 1920— $189,000. 
In respect of contracts entered into for 

works under construction — 

S60.455.63. 5,127,188.07 



Carried forward '.". $200,313,212. 99 



136 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 
Assets 

Brought forward $449,748.92 $200,1^0,134.91 

Toronto and York Radial Railway: 
Radial Railway Properties: 

Metropolitan Division (including 

Schomberg) Road and Equipment $2,144,389. 75 
Scarboro Division — Road and Equip- 
ment .... . 376,271.20 

Mimico Division — Road and Equip- 
ment 521,702.76 

- 3,042,363 .71 

Materials and supplies •••••• $118,826.62 

Furniture and Office Equipment 1,823. 10 

120,649.72 

Mortgages receivable $249,690. 00 

Interest due and accrued thereon 6,933. 78 

256,623.78 

Accounts receivable $6,413 . 66 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 1,524.32 

4,889.34 

Cash: 

In the hands of the Commission $184,166.87 

In Branch Banks 838 '. 22 ' 

In hands of employees as advances on 

account of expenses 4,810.00 

189,815.09 

Insurance and taxes prepaid $10,508.43 

Valuation and other expenses incidental to. 
the purchase of the railways — less 

written off 16,814.73 

Expenses incidental to transfer of the Rail- 
way to the City of Toronto 2,090 . 45 

29,413.61 
Due by the City of Toronto: 

Operating deficit for the year ending 
October 31, 1926, as per operating 

account $248,578.06 \ 

Less: Received on account thereof. . . . 204,939.81 

$43,638.25 
Less: Refund of contribution made in 
1924 and 1925 bv the Railway to 

the Staff Pension Fund 38,479 . 53 

5,158.72 

Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Expended upon purchase of right-of-way $71,485.40 

Construction materials purchased, less amount realized on 

sale thereof ... . .••.••••; 117,510.09 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and 

interest 220,691 . 97 

Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway: 

Expended upon purchase of right-of-way $421,040.51 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and 

interest 242,099.03 



3,64^.913.97 



409,687.46 



663,139.54 



$204,911,875.88 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 137 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities— Continued 

UNDERTAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 

Brought forward. .".' $200,313,212.99 

In respect of the Guelph Radial Railway : 

City of Guelph — purchase price of the rail- 
way payable thereto, in half-yearly 
instalments according to purchase 

agreement $150,000.00 

Less — Ten instalments paid thereon . . 27,412.36 

■ — $122,587.64 

Six per cent debentures issued by the Com- 
mission and guaranteed by the Pro- 
vince, due 1931, issued for the purpose 
of making extensions and betterments 276,000.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges ... . $3,935.16 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 1,264. 16 



. 5,199.32 

Premium on sale of debentures — less por- 
tion written off 9,725 . 64 

Reserve — created by payment of instalments on the pur- 
chase price out of the revenue of the road and assess- 
ments against the City of Guelph 27,412 . 36 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 8,823.96 



In respect of Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by 

the Province: 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, 
issued in purchase of the Metro- 
politan, Scarboro and Mimico 
Radial Railway divisions $2,375,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 59,375.00 



449,748.92 



2,434,375.00 



Bank of Montreal — advances secured by hypothecation 

'■.'■- of* $600 ;000 definitive and $650,000 interim Hydro 

Radial debentures of the Commission, also $600,000 

; interim debentures of the City of Toronto. . , 1,200,000 .00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges. . . . $6,441 .56 

Mortgage payable ....... ...... . 1 ,800 . 00 

Provision against claims for injuries and 

• ; damages . . , .... . .... . . . . . . . . . . 945 15 

Provision for unredeemed tickets. ........ 5,352 . 26 



14,538.97 

- 3,648,913.97 



In respect of the Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Bank of Montreal — advances secured by hypothecation of $1,200,000 
_ Hydro Radial debentures, being part of issue of $11,360,363 guaranteed 
by Province of Ontario 500,000.00 



$204,911,875.88 






[38 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA 
Operating Account for the 

Cost of operation as provided for under Sections 6c and 23 of the Act 

Power purchased .•••;•. \ $297,989.86 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transformer stations and 
transmission lines, including the proportion of administrative expenses 

chargeable to the operation of the system 3,691,468. 73 

Interest on capital invested 7,864,631 .48 

Provision for renewals of generating plants, transformer stations and transmission 

lines 907,741 . 82 

Provision for contingencies : 

By charges against municipalities $687,614 10 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry customers 374,194.95 

By charges included in the cost of power to Hydro radial 

railways 8,371.53 

1,070,180.58 

Provision for sinking funds for repayment of the cash advances of 
the Province to the Commission, for the retirement of the 
bonds issued and assumed by the Commission: 

By charges against municipalities $1,089,420.58 

By charges against sundry customers 528,709.48 

By charges included in the cost of power to Hydro radial 

railways 14,429 . 93 

1,632,559.99 

$15,464,572.46 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Operating Account for the year ending October 31, 1926, 

Power purchased from Commission $228,166 . 74 

Costs of operating and maintaining transmission lines and equipment 162,453.48 

Interest on capital investment . ". 65,991 .03 

Provisions for renewals of lines and equipment 54,146.52 

Provision for contingencies 13,536 . 63 

Provision for sinking fund for repayment of cash advances 14,559.51 

$538,853.91 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 139 

SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1926 

Revenue for Period 

Collected from municipalities $10,768,937". 82 

Power sold to sundry customers 4,840,430 . 45 

Power supplied to Hydro radial railways 150,521 .47 

$15,759,889.74 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of 
the sums required to be paid by them for power supplied 

in the year $310,770.05 

Less: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied 

to them in the year 15,452 . 77 

295,317.28 

Revenue $15,464,572.46 



$15,464,572.46 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

included in above account of Niagara System 

Revenue collected from rural power districts $664,763 . 35 

Deduct — Surplus on operation of certain rural power districts $130,252.63 

Less — Deficit on operation of certain rural power districts 4,343. 19 

125,909.44 



$538,853.91 






140 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1926 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



Share of . 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Acton 

Agincourt. . . 
Ailsa Craig. . 
Alvinston . . . 
Amherstburg . 

Ancaster twp. 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp . . 



Beach ville . 
Belle River, 
Blenheim. . 

Blyth 

Bolton 



Both well 

Brampton .... 
Brantford .... 
Brantford twp , 
Brigden 



Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . 

Caledonia 

Campbellville. 



Cayuga . . 
Chatham. 
Chippawa 
Clifford . . 
Clinton . . 



Comber. . . 
Courtright. 
Dash wood. 
Delaware . . 
•Dorchester. 



Drayton , 
Dresden . 
Drumbo. 
Dublin.. 
Dundas. 



49.00 
85.00 
45.76 

25.81 
46.00 
43.00 
36.00 
29.02 

36.00 
60.00 
48.00 
91.20 



30.00 
25.00 
25.00 
78.00 

76.16 
56.00 



80.00 



30.00 

100.50 

50.00 



97.30 
70!66 



68.00 



45.00 
70.00 
23.00 



$ c 
35.00 
40.00 
54.00 
75.00 
45.00 

27.00 
44.00 
40.00 
35.00 
30.00 

34.00 
55.00 
45.00 
75.00 
55.00 

50.00 
32.00 
27.00 
26.00 
75.00 

65.00 
50.00 
55.00 
29.00 
75.00 

60.00 
31.00 
25.00 
70.00 
40.00 

48.00 
95.00 
62.00 
48.00 
48.00 

64.00 
38.00 
47.00 
65.00 
25.00 



$ c. 

151,489.93 
25,308.90 
31,214.06 
82,921.28 

131,688.52 

64,702.34 

125,431.18 

30,318.07 

91,628.53 

118,803.85 

131,686.72 
27,906.54 

110,243.88 
34,311.77 
49,736.71 

66,314.76 

358,168.86 

2,214,676.64 

72,692.10 

34,617.41 

50,003.97 
36,010.20 
13,638.41 
54,928.51 
4,739.87 

34,611.26 

1,024,097.35 

56,580.91 

23,033.24 

133,579.40 

57,263.03 
21,827.82 
28,209.88 
5,611.07 
19,205.04 



42,003.63 
88,639.88 
18,611. 
17,747. 



481.3 
77.0 
68.2 
99.6 

352.9 



252 

362 

95 

295 

482 

469 
79 

325 
54 



103.4 

169.4 
1,289.3 
8,759.1 

287.7 
38.5 

94.6 
89.0 
34.9 
201.7 
16.0 



63. 

3,673. 

257. 

36. 
370. 



142 
30 
55 

18.0 
62.2 



316,020.25 



75.5 

248.8 

47.0 

37.1 

1,327.2 



$ c 

228.02 

36.48 

32.31 

47.19 

167.19 

119.72 
171.60 

45.24 
140.04 

228.78 

222.34 
37.85 

154.16 
25.87 
48.99 

80.26 

610.81 

4,149.74 

136.30 

18.24 

44.82 
42.16 
16.53 
95.56 

7.58 

29.99 

1,740.12 

122.09 

17.39 

175.48 

67.61 
14.21 
26.34 
8.53 
29.47 

35.77 

117.87 

22.26 

17.58 

628.77 



$ c 
3,871.80 
1,167.17 

853.80 
2,725.80 
4,451.30 

2,161.15 
3,160.89 
895.38 
2,434.96 
4,926.32 

4,644.94 
926.07 

3,150.27 
743.77 

1,467.00 

2,056.65 
10,207.84 
55,633.08 

1,784.15 
766.10 

1,186.39 
1,481.55 

665.36 
1,446.73 

715.96 

825.39 

25,946.46 

1,672.17 

364.17 

3,296.73 

1,613.51 
587.58 
633.18 
238.60 
763.07 

1,040.66 

2,681.59 

763.68 

532.22 

7,381.87 



$ c 
7,567.16 
1,284.76 
1,491.07 
3,892.87 
6,483.59 

3,315.86 
6,289.25 
1,503.07 
4,564.29 
6,120.19 

6,607.19 
1,406.36 
5,491.91 
1,690.22 
2,413.26 

3,260.47 

17,913.62 

112,671.11 

3,741.17 

1,641.81 

2,478.04 
1,772.38 

667.56 
2,778.36 

242.20 

1,713.95 
51,582.86 
2,939.97 
1,134.70 
6,621.11 

2,816.04 

1,050.81 

1,334.81 

276.67 

962.30 

2,063.08 

4,406.15 

919.81 

863.60 

15,949.78 



$ c. 

1,237.62 
193.62 
320.93 
975.12 

1,177.49 

432.78 
1,098.64 
250.04 
738.33 
745.78 

966.30 
238.51 
933.02 
395.18 
522.53 

619.58 

2,578.92 

14,445.72 

473.72 

427.87 

543.07 
349.33 
127.82 
394.47 
36.43 

384.21 

7,227.26 

319.97 

265.28 

1,193.24 

542.89 
255.25 
288.42 
45.06 
153.75 

464.90 
778.60 
178.05 
182.18 
1,916.00 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



141 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 



Sinking 
fund 



Totals 



Companies' 
balance 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality ' 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c 
957.36 
148.95 
164.41 
336.56 
781.90 

456.70 
758.29 
191.24 
594.08 

845 68 

888.20 
169.32 
677.59 
156.04 
253.76 

382.95 

2,365.87 

15,583.66 

511.60 

142.85 

246.72 
201.10 

76.35 
371.44 

30.09 

170.78 
6,907.67 
418.75 
103.24 
774.06 

321.75 
92.49 

135.00 
35.89 

122.88 

200.46 

527.84 

105.09 

98.05 

2,268.25 



$ c. 

1,608.77 
268.98 
330.45 
842.47 

1,396.97 

688.55 

1,331.46 

321.97 

975.11 

1,264.83 

1,399.99 
296.57 

1,169.65 
362.82 
528.69 

702.88 

3,807.68 

23,572.66 

773.72 

361.39 

529.21 
381.70 
143.40 
584.00 
50.36 

366.10 

10,883.07 

604.38 

243.63 

1,417.03 

606.81 
226.75 
228.21 
59.38 
203.84 

444.45 
940.10 
197.07 
185.92 
3,365.69 



$ c. 

15,470.73 
3,099.96 
3,192.97 
8,820.01 

14,458.44 

7,174.76 

12,810.13 

3,206.94 

9,446.81 

14,131.58 

14,728.96 
3,074.68 

11,576.60 
3,373.90 
5,234.23 

7,102.79 

37,484.74 

226,055.97 

7,420.66 

3,358.26 

5,028,25 

4,228.22 
1,697.02 
5,670.56 
1,082.62 

3,490.42 

104,287.44 

6,077.33 

2,128.41 

13,477.65 

5,968.61 
2,227.09 
2,705.96 
664.13 
2,235.31 

4,249.32 
9,452.15 
2,185.96 
1,879.55 
31,510.36 



$ 
375, 



60.12 

53.25 

77.77 

275.55 

197.31 

282.81 

74.57 

230.81 

377.05 

366.43 
62.39 

254.07 
42.63 
80.73 

132.27 
1,006.69 
6,839.13 

224.64 
30.06 

73.86 
69.49 
27.25 
157.49 
12.49 

49.42 

2,867.89 

201.21 

28.66 
289.21 

111.42 
23.42 
43.42 
14.05 
48.57 

58.95 

194.27 

36.70 

28.97 

1,036.28 



$ c. 

15,846.53 
3,160.08 
3,246.22 
8,897.78 

14,733.99 

7,372.07 

13,092.94 

3,281.51 

9,677.62 

14,508.63 

15,095.39 
3,137.07 

11,830.67 
3,416.53 
5,314.96 

7,235.06 

.38,491.43 

232,895.10 

7,645.30 

3,388.32 

5,102.11 
4,297.71 
1,724.27 
5,828.05 
1,095.11 

3,539.84 

107,155.33 

6,278.54 

2,157.07 

13,766.86 

6,080.03 
2,250.51 
2,749.38 
678.18 
2,283.88 

4,308.27 
9,646.42 
2,222.66 
1,908.52 
32,546.64 



$ c. 

16,846.71 
3,081 64 
3,616.96 
7,635.53 

15,926.07 

6,759.18 
16,076.38 

3,868.39 
10,398.34 
14,390.75 

16,111.59 
4,464.40 

14,828.10 
4,239.15 
5,685.80 

8,469.58 

42,866.67 

233,632.83 

7,433.44 

2,920.67 

6,353.04 
4,550.47 
1,918.54 
5,848.56 
1,217.49 

3,795.50 

114,242.54 

6,670.31 

2,763.20 

14,983.65 

6,846.96 
2,865.47 
3,448.71 
933.26 
2,983.60 

4,882.31 
9,453.01 
2,190.32 
2,444.55 
33,113.63 



$ c. 
1,000.18 



370.74 
V,i92.08 



2,983.44 
586.88 
720.72 



1,016.20 

1,327.33 

2,997.43 

822 . 62 

370.84 

1,234.52 

4,375.24 

737.73 



1,250.93 

252.76 

194.27 

20.51 

122.38 

255.66 

7,086.81 

391.77 

606.13 

1,216.79 

766.93 
614.96 
699.33 
255.08 
699.72 

574.04 



$ c 
"*78.'44 
1,262 .25 



612.89 



117.88 



211.86 
467.65 



193.41 
32.34 



536.03 
566.99 



142 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Dunnville 
Dutton... 
Elmira. . . 
Elora .... 
Embro . . . 



Erieau 

Erie Beach .... 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 
Exeter 



Fergus. . . . 
Fonthill... 
Ford City. 
Forest. . . . 
Gait 



Georgetown. 
Glencoe. . . . 
Goderich . . . 

Granton 

Guelph 



HagersviUe , 
Hamilton. . 
Harriston . . 
Harrow. . . 
Hensall... 



Hespeler. . . . 
Highgate. . . . 
Humberstone, 
Ingersoll. . . . 
Jarvis 



Kingsville. . 
Kitchener. . 
Lambeth. . . 
La Salle. . . . 
Leamington 



Listowel. 

London 

London Ry.Com 
London twp. . . . 
Louth twp. 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan.l 

1926 



$ c. 
38.00 
43.00 
34.00 
38.00 



84.28 
83.20 
49.00 
28.00 



36.00 



28.00 



55.00 



24.00 
50.00 
65.00 
65.00 

30.00 
50.00 
27.68 
30.00 
48.09 

53.00 



70.00 



54.00 

40.00 
25.00 



To 

Oct. 31 
1926 



$ c. 
41.00 
40.00 
33.00 
37.00 
68.00 

75.00 
80.00 
45.00 
30.00 
48.00 

37. 0C 
35.00 
38.00 
55.00 
27.00 

38.00 
65.00 
45.00 
55.00 
27.00 

32.00 
25.00 
45.00 
55.00 
60.00 

29.00 
48.00 
28.00 
29.00 
40.00 

48.00 
27.00 
54.00 
40.00 
48.00 

38.00 
26.00 



40.76 
25.16 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



$ c 

154,913.09 

48,928.54 

237,911.83 

67,604.55 

30,236.78 

16,196.22 
5,494.80 

74,801.28 
426,236.47 
114,137.91 

116,496.23 

10,417.40 

639,854.60 

86,501.69 

1,349,157.78 

214,027.00 
60,569.76 

341,785.37 

24,730.56 

1,451,936.85 

210,753.81 

7,016,794.49 

90,080.63 

45,320.22 

39,090.65 

217,816.38 
35,092.90 
57,342.50 

411,768.60 
50,498.72 

114,180.52 

3,072,956.77 

24,705.80 

32,884.38 
161,375.62 

178,926.01 

5,076,560.88 

360,282.26 

43,062.94 

5,760.88 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 



464.0 
158.1 
778.4 
203 
60.9 



31.1 

9.9 

205 

1,529.4 

314.2 

349. 

27. 

2,261. 

186. 
5.274. 



630 

109 

844 

58.0 

5,935 



722.3 
28,452.9 

227.2 
94.8 
83.1 

795.4 

88.0 

234.3 

1,595 

137.5 



290.9 
11,752.4 

64. 

99.2 
453.6 

542.7 

20,349.9 

1,188.4 

• 123.9 

25.0 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



$ c 

219.83 

74.90 

368.78 

96.22 

28.85 

14.73 

4.69 

97.17 

724.57 
148.86 

165.72 
13.17 

1,071.55 
88.31 

2,498.75 

298.85 

51.73 

399.95 

27.48 
2,812.15 

342.19 

13,479. 

107.64 

44.91 

39.37 

376.83 

41.69 

111.00 

755.70 

65.14 

137.82 

5,567.82 

30.70 

47.00 

214.90 

257.11 

9,640.98 

563.02 

58.70 

11.84 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



$ c 
6,110.00 
1,972.54 
5,642.21 
1,817.65 
1,066.87 

391.60 

171.61 

1,657.74 

10,147.73 

2,776.11 

3,331.17 

332.97 

22,604.91 

2,755.36 
36,834.96 

5,210.47 

1,418.86 

7,897.43 

627.48 

40,375.52 

4,747.13 

147,032.82 

2,567.24 

1,667.45 

993.10 

5,616.55 

1,114.46 

1,848.53 

13,055.43 

985.20 

3,106.22 

72,702.43 

770.14 

1,236.15 

4,999.47 

4,909.21 

117,684.46 

16,055.47 

1,102.14 

130.06 



Interest 



$ 
7,761 
2,437, 
12,218 
3,271 
1,464 



803.84 

272.80 

3,615.61 

21,155.14 

5,684.20 

5,724.73 

384.18 

32,579.64 

4,154.84 
68,131.32 

10,537.64 
2,976.94 

16,801.30 
1,214.97 

73,465.44 

10,568.18 

356,612.88 

4,441.38 

2,133.48 

1,910.87 

10,972.14 

1,737.08 

2,938.82 

20,720.31 

2,539.45 

5,685.33 
155,737.86 
1,199.27 
1,646.73 
8,085.67 

9,019.04 

256,412.81 

17,843.34 

2,180.74 

300.81 



Renewals 






$ c. 
1,366.20 

390.47 
1,971.80 

567.24 

322.59 

174.05 
60.49 

630.86 
2,874.40 
1,042.76 

971.26 

54.40 

4,481.34 

849.25 
8,872.34 

1,854.28 
666.69 

3,279.62 
245.68 

9,017.93, 

1,622.92 

44,334.10 

854.68 

434.88 

406.62 

1,553.32 
331.30 
367.11 

2,747.28 
464.62 

1,064.14 

20,804.34 

223.56 

260.25 

1,404.49 

1,524.70 

32,201.76 

2,818.03 

378.38 

34.11 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



143 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 

cetce 



Sinking 
fund 



Totals 



Companie 
balance 



Total cost 
of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 
of Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c 
867.67 
315.24 
1,547.75 
410.77 
154.33 

79.56 
26.57 

445.07 
2,826.13 

661.81 

701.73 

47.70 

4,256.50 

459.78 
9,423.32 

1,278.04 
293.03 

1,854.65 

131.42 

10,342.76 

1,371.66 

49,820.41 

507.85 

236.10 

198.54 

1,461.77 
197.19 
405.88 

2,826.34 
287.06 

675.94 
21,461.71 
139.47 
202.41 
961.33 

1,121.32 

35,891.80 

2,408.73 

262.07 

41.53 



$ c 

1,643.03 

518.64 

2,587.10 

710.45 

320.10 

171.37 
58.12 

774.36 
4,412.24 
1,216.50 

1,219.61 

79.17 

6,801.55 

891. 
14,357. 



2,271.51 
640.75 

3,622. 
261. 



15,456.39 



2,238. 

74,701. 

955.36 

458.51 

413.59 

2,316.37 
371.76 
603.43 

4,381.44 
535.51 

1,217.19 

32,766.12 

256.86 

343.03 

1,719.07 

1,919.23 

53,983.79 

3,816.32 

456.66 

61.49 



$ c 

17,968.51 

5,709.25 

24,336.50 

6,873.65 

3,357.72 

1,635.15 
594.28 

7,220.81 
42,140.21 
11,530.24 

12,114.22 

911.59 

71,795.49 

9,199.30 

140,118.30 

21,450.79 
6,048.00 

33,855.75 

2,508.93 

151,470.19 

20,891.06 

685,981.68 

9,434.15 

4,975.33 

3,962.69 

22,296.98 
3,793.48 
6,274.77 

44,486.50 
4,876.98 

11,886.64 

309,040.28 

2,620.00 

3,735.57 

17,384.93 

18,750.61 

505,815.60 

43,504.91 

4,438.69 

579.84 



$ c 
362.25 
123.44 
607.78 
158.58 

47.55 

24.28 

7.73 

160.14 

1,194.16 

245.33 

273.12 

21.71 

1,766.02 

145.54 
4,118.19 

492.53 
85.26 

659.15 

45.28 

4,634.69 

563.97 
22,216.15 

177.40 
74.02 
64.88 

621.05 

68.71 

182.94 

1,245,46 

107.36 

227.14 

9,176.30 

50.60 

77.46 

354.17 

423.74 

15,889.25 

927.91 

96.74 

19.52 



$ c. 

18,330.80 
5,832.69 

24,944.28 
7,032.23 
3,405.27 

1,659.43 
602.01 

7,380.95 
43,334.37 
11,775.57 

12,387.34 

933.30 

73,561.51 

9,344.84 

144,236.49 

21,943.32 

6,133.26 

34,514.90 

2,554.21 

156,104.88 

21,455.03 

708,197.83 

9,611.55 

5,049.35 

4,026.97 

22,918.03 
3,862.19 
6,457.71 

45,731.96 
4,984.34 

12,113.78 

318,216.58 

2,670.60 

3,813.03 

17,739.10 

19,174.35 

521,704.85 

44,432.82 

4,535.43 

599.36 



$ c 

18,765.27 

6,406.79 

25,809.63 

7,569.20 

4,138.89 

2,383.23 
795.44 

9,370.09 
45,338.77 
15,081.60 

12,875.50 

971.52 

85,948.06 

10,253.33 

148,516.73 

23,970.42 

7,099.07 

38,411.73 

3,192.26 

160,267.14 

23,114.94 

709,962.37 

10,404.40 

5,361.01 

5,058.53 

24,844.30 
4,261.39 
6,549.74 

50,298.31 
5,692.82 

14,211. 66 

318,395.24 

3,704.63 

3,966.98 

22,227.35 

20,796.39 

525,580.40 

41,153.28 

5,048.06 

629.00 



$ c. 
434.47 
574.10 
865.35 
536.97 
733.62 

723.80 

193.43 

1,989.14 

2,004.40 

3,306.03 



$ c. 



488. 

38. 

12,386. 

908. 



4,280.24 

2,027. 1C 
965.81 

3,896.83 
638.05 

4,162.26 

1,659.91 

1,764.54 

792.85 

311.66 

1,031.56 

1,926.27 

399.20 

92.03 

4,566.35 
708.48 

2,097.88 
178.66 

1,034.03 
153.95 

4,488.25 

1,622.04 

3,875.55 



512.63 
29.64 



3,279.54 



144 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1926 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Lucan 

Lynden . . 
Markham 
Merlin . . . 
Merritton 



Milton 
Milverton . 
Mimico . . . 
Mitchell... 
Moorefield 



Mount Brydges. 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. 
Newmarket .... 
New Toronto . . 



Niagara Falls. . . 
Niagara -on-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 



Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill.... 
Petrolia. . . 
Plattsville . 



Point Edward . . 
Port Colborne. . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. 
Port Dover. . . . 



Port Stanley. . . 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill. 



Ridgetown .... 

Riverside 

Rockwood. . . . 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. 



$ c 



55.00 
20.00 



37.00 
30.00 
37.00 
75.00 

60.00 



38.00 



18.00 



35.00 



44.00 



63.00 
36.00 
90.00 



27.00 



26.00 



20.00 



40.00 
40.00 



20.00 



$ c. 
40.00 
43.00 
60.00 
50.00 
22.00 

32.00 
35.00 
27.00 
35.00 
70.00 

54.00 
58.00 
36.00 
39.00 
30.00 

19.00 
26.00 
36.00 
36.00 
50.00 

42.00 
28.00 
70.00 
38.00 
75.00 

40.00 
28.00 
32.00 
28.00 
45.00 

45.00 
27.00 
75.00 
27.00 
40.00 

38.00 
42.00 
55.00 
48.00 
21.00 



$ c. 

49,610.47 
47,185.75 
52,201.35 
47,133.68 
133,798.53 

292,328.67 
136,155.90 
342,355.31 
100,539.99 
22,007.41 

15,992.62 

12,660.22 

127,861.37 

184,275.99 

1,032,133.10 

1,337,778.03 
63,734.22 
72,975.43 
91,297.44 
24,025.32 

121,364.83 
310,044.55 

64,944.84 
308,727.27 

26,389.18 

209,907.01 

261,700.06 

81,560.36 

69,638.79 

80,123.95 

89,153.06 
660,371.36 
18,342.95 
19,682.67 
53,828.06 

110,176.89 

197,093.15 

26,219.46 

32,792.14 

1,276,338.64 



155.2 
135.4 
99.0 
116.6 
664.6 

983.8 

433.9 

1,352.9 

328.9 

38.7 

42.8 

26.1 

398.4 

606.1 

3,806.4 

7,213.1 

281.9 

250.4 

231.3 

69.8 

344.3 

1,197.7 

107.0 

813.8 
45.1 

640.2 
1,069.3 
297.8 
277.1 
188.9 



247 

2,623 

32 

77, 

155 



325.2 

595.2 

61.6 

90.9 

6,233.4 



$ c 
73.53 
64.15 
46.90 
55.24 

314.86 

466.08 
205.56 
640.95 
155.82 
18.33 

20.28 

12.37 

188.75 

287.15 

1,803.32 

3,417.29 

133.55 

118.63 

109.58 

33.07 

163.12 
567.43 

50.69 
385.54 

21.37 

303.30 
506.59 
141.09 
131.28 
89.49 

117.35 

1,243.10 

15.49 

36.81 

73.86 

154.07 

281.98 

29.18 

43.06 

2,953.14 



$ 
1,535 
1,387 
1,363 
1,486 



3,510.49 



8,347 
3,802. 
7,901 

2,844. 



939.43 

603.29 

343.66 

3,546.84 

7,676.93 

24,096.60 

28,027.69 

3,148.57 

2,470.18 

2,305.55 

926.46 

3,712.13 
8,037.49 
1,302.32 
8,805.11 
938.80 



8,491. 
8,290. 
2,653. 
2,683. 
1,879. 



2,759.03 

17,040.00 

539.79 

661.06 

2,357. 8^ 

3,077.50 

5,853.64 

1,020.74 

1,427.43 

28,706.19 



$ c. 
2,453.75 
2,332.57 
2,570.78 
2,350.86 
6,981.92 

14,562.66 
6,801.75 

17,435.90 
4,983.38 
1,078,77 

764.76 

623.89 

6,352.18 

9,404.08 

51,998.20 

70,103.16 
3,274.15 
3,575.09 
4,396.59 
1,192.00 

6,057.09 

15,700.57 

3,180.06 

14,818.34 
1,268.36 

10,216.98 

13,297.11 

4,156.53 

3,552.57 

3,790.80 

4,367.96 

33,376.08 

889.03 

1,006.58 

2,732.68 

5,478.92 
8,922.26 
1,273.02 
1,632.90 
66,319.20 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 


Totals 


Companies' 
balance 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts r 

be credited 

to each m 

upon ascei 

the actu 

power b 

adji 


emaining to 


Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 


Sinking 
fund 


or charged 
unicipality 
■tainment of 
al cost of 
y annual 
istment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
310.26 


$ c. 
526.42 
500.74 
552.84 
499.47 
1,430.94 

3,105.81 
1,445.96 
3,641.84 
1,067.94 
232.84 

164.48 

134.01 

1,360.21 

1,959.91 

10,945.28 

14,328.13 
678.87 
773.20 
937.89 
253.21 

1,287.86 
3,298.40 

685.29 
3,166.52 

278.91 

2,143.19 

2,753.93 

874.29 

742.49 

803.67 

945 . 56 
7,028.82 
193.89 
209.39 
571.82 

1,168.46 

1,865.13 

277.36 

347.85 

13,646.48 


$ c. 
5,308.55 
4,983.07 
5,323.57 
5,103.49 
13,869.36 

30,590.77 
14,220.17 
34,167.72 
10,482.58 
2,618.53 

1,784.01 

1,312.74 

13,317.92 

21,767.29 

102,969.92 

131,781.74 
8,054.65 
7,965.02 
9,096.35 
2,756.06 

13,016.02 
31,837.14 

6,257.13 
31,666.16 

2,930.16 

24,071.68 

28,375.58 

8,971.85 

8,049.27 

7,723.03 

9,515.58 
67,600.55 
1,929.54 
2,184.81 
6,478.98 

11,487.29 

19,352.06 

3,001.76 

3,938.18 

127,282.89 


% c. 

121.18 

105.72 

77.30 

91.04 

518.92 

768.15 

338.79 

1,056.35 

256.81 

30.22 

33.41 

20.38 

311.07 

473.24 

2,972.05 

5,632.01 

220.11 

195.51 

180.60 

54.50 

268.83 
935.17 

83.55 
635.42 

35.21 

499.87 
834.91 
232.52 
216.36 
147.49 

193.40 

2,048.75 

25.53 

60.67 

121.73 

253.92 

464.73 

48.10 

70.97 

4,867.10 


$ c. 
5,429.73 
5,088.79 
5,400.87 
5,194.53 
14,388.28 

31,358.92 
14,558.96 
35,224.07 
10,739.39 
2,648.75 

1,817.42 

1,333.12 

13,628.99 

22,240.53 

105,941.97 

137,413.75 
8,274.76 
8,160.53 
9,276.95 
2,810.56 

13,284.85 
32,772.31 

6,340.68 
32,301.58 

2,965.37 

24,571.55 

29,210.49 

9,204.37 

8,265.63 

7,870.52 

9,708.98 
69,649.30 
1,955.07 
2,245.48 
6,600.71 

11,741.21 

19,816.79 

3,049.86 

4,009.15 

132,149.99 


$ c. 
6,208.30 
5,824.18 
5,941.00 
5,915.54 
14,386.30 

31,482.77 
15,323.39 
37,277.30 
11,621.82 
2,751.96 

2,355.65 

1,511.34 

14,466.98 

23,635.92 

114,192.00 

135,800.65 
7,328.49 
9,013.80 

8,284.83 
3,488.72 

14,567.81 
33,625.43 

7,357.22 
32,940.06 

3,503.37 

25,607.51 

29,737.60 

9,530.88 

8,315.06 

8,500.84 

11,145.28 

70,957.80 

2,449.96 

2,029.86 

6,236.31 

12,480.82 

24,818.42 

3,387.06 

4,363.20 

129,876.06 


$ c. 
778.57 
735.39 
540.13 
721.01 

123.85 
764.43 
2,053.23 
882.43 
103.21 

538.23 

178.22 

837.99 

1,395.39 

8,250.03 


$ c. 


278.16 




245 . 45 




262.98 




1,014.69 

1,855.07 


1.98 


871.70 




2,376.85 




642 . 25 




103.70 




90.90 




66.72 




809.34 




1,139.23 




7,023.94 




10,636.73 


1,613.10 


444.23 




946.27 


475.00 


853.27 




533.18 


992.12 


143.51 


678.16 

1,282.96 
853.12 

1,016.54 
638.48 
538.00 

1,035.96 

527.11 

326.51 

49.43 

630.32 

1,436.30 

1,308.50 

494.89 




728.43 
2,150.94 

297.60 
1,818.23 




123.94 




1,309.67 




1,852.31 




557.94 




474.83 




427.19 




524.47 
4,660.94 





86.58 




135.80 
311.98 


215.62 
364.40 


676.59 


739.61 

5,001.63 

337.20 

354.05 




1,142.54 




141.28 




191.71 




9,554.77 


2,273.93 









46 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1926 



To 

Oct. 31 
1926 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and_ 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas. . . . 



$ c, 



Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp. 

Seafcrth 

Simcoe 



Springfield 

Stamford twp. 

Stouffville 

Stratfcrd 

Strathroy 



Streetsviile. 

Sutton 

Tavistock. . 
Tecumseh. . 
Thamesford 



Thamesville. 

Thedford 

Thorndale. . . 

Thorold 

Tilbury 



Tillsonburg. . 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. 
Walkerville.. 
Walkceburg. 



Wardsville. . 
Waterdown 
Water ford. 
Waterloo. . 
Watford..., 



Welhnd.... 
Wellesley. . . 
West Lome. 
Weston. . . . 
Wheatley. . . 



40.00 
40.00 



37.50 
35.00 
33.00 
40.00 



75.00 
20.00 
70.00 



38.00 



70.00 
43.00 



50.00 



20.00 



40.00 



30.00 



77.00 



44.00 



$ c. 
50.00 
46.00 
35.00 
35.00 
30.00 

35.00 
38.00 
34.00 
38.00 
31.00 

66.00 
21.00 
60.00 
30.00 
37.00 



91.00 



65.00 
40.00 
45.00 
47.00 

48.00 
80.00 
70.00 
23.00 
40.00 

36.00 
26.10 
33.00 
33.00 
35.00 

80.00 
40.00 
34.00 
28.00 
60.00 

23.00 
45.00 
40.00 
28.00 
60.00 



$ c 

19,528.^0 

34,287.05 

45,052.40 

330,370.88 

1,083,165.95 

741,137.82 
1,600,736.71 
379,516. 4<J 
138,769.00 
211,750.90 

37,236.06 
168,482.35 

46,108.56 

1,503,314.08 

212,359.36 

127,078.93 
36,746.13 

119,226.64 
59,555.93 
41,262.66 

44,548.57 

36,010.50 

23,017.30 

171,340.73 

121,519.40 

191,894.84 

44,777,246.97 

201,067.02 

1,203,490.23 

466,256.13 

10,636.94 
66,306.72 
77,112.85 
662,970.54 
66,161.97 

617,427.25 

48,700.20 

100,721.34 

572,778.69 

33,954.96 



55.2 

82.5 

146.5 

1,116.8 

4,246.1 

2,442.2 

4,773.6 

1,383.2 

423.2 

720.3 

85.3 

905.6 

90.4 

5,586.8 
674.2 

407.8 
86.4 
362.9 
172.0 
114.9 

128.3 

45.4 

46.5 

798.5 

368.5 

643.2 

169,043.5 

732.9 

4,266.7 

1,479.9 

17.0 

218.8 

264.8 

2,518.5 

136.8 

3,013.0 
118.3 
313.0 

2,197.6 
76.5 



$ c. 
26.15 
39.05 
69.4! 

529.10 
2,011.63 

1,157.02 

2,261.54 

655.31 

200.50 

341.25 

40.41 
429.04 

42 . 83 

2,646.80 

319.40 

193.21 
40.93 

171.93 
81.45 
54.44 

60.78 

21.51 

22.03 

378.30 

174.58 

304.72 

80,086.43 

347.22 

2,021.40 

701.12 

8.05 

103.66 

125.45 

1,193.36 

64.81 

1,427.44 

56.05 

148.29 

1,041.14 

36.24 



$ c. 

732.18 

1,042.13 

1,239.11 

11,263.16 

29,436.58 

15,409.93 

40,181.92 

18,783.71 

3,754.75 

5,583.18 

1,022.76 
4,107.05 
1,566.62 
41,803.46 
4,880.43 

3,948.36 
2,094.81 
3,588.69 
1,835.44 
1,211.29 

1,482.15 
1,212.96 
979.12 
4,396.35 
3,733.44 

5,550.23 
881,017.46 

7,451.25 
25,307.83 
13,909.25 

374.85 

1,910.12 

2,289.38 

16,323.56 

2,311.85 

15,821.80 
1,450.54 
3,832.94 

13,040.82 
770.38 



$ c 

883.52 

1,686.23 

2,308.02 

16,478.61 

54,587.98 

37,739.54 
77, 201. 2? 
19,438.90 
6,750.40 
10,686.78 

1,854.11 

8,826.96 

2,281.66 

76,050.76 

10,584.82 

6,321.71 
1,835.03 
5,936.31 
2,696.98 
2,043.10 

2,214.97 
1,728.07 
1,106.38 
8,862.50 
6,077.72 

9,516.44 

2,272,169.28 

10,050.87 

59,872.37 

23,400.11 

521.61 
3,303.61 

3,881.95 

33,607.76 

3,173.86 

31,980 42 
2,389.53 
5,051.64 

28,893.93 
1,693.89 



$ c 
138.06 
337.41 
367.91 
2,456.30 
7,057.86 

5,594.35 
12,532.17 
2,351.47 
1,155.55 
1,629.89 

374.19 

668.82 

473.22 

10,400.44 

1,733.07 

1,020.01 
342.49 
985.36 
410.77 
375.35 

384.09 
430.97 
244.82 
890.40 
1,006.71 

1,498.71 
263,314.87 
1,394.18 
8,400.55 
3,719.51 

121.89 
528.99 
588.99 
4,524.14 
660.31 

3,084.67 
475.41 
833.69 

3,761.28 
337.35 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission— the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 


Totals 


Companies' 
balance 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts r 

be creditec 

to each m 

upon a-scei; 

the actu 

power b 

ad jus 


emaining to 


Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 


' Sinking 
fund 


or charged 
unicipality 
tainment of 
al cost of 
y annual 
tment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
109.46 


% c. 

186.14 

363.38 

484.66 

3,510.28 

11,521.90 

7,874.47 
16,367.26 
4,040.85 
1,473.17 
2,248.74 

394.60 
1,804.04 

488.41 

16,039.97 

2,256.18 

1,347.77 
389.72 

1,259.37 
566.36 
440.67 

472.56 

374.53 

243.56 

1,824.35 

1,289.56 

2,041.17 

476,948.47 

2,114.07 

12,793.26 

4,951.84 

112.45 
704.48 
819.53 
7,068.51 
680.48 

6,606.76 

516.55 

1,069.36 

6,080.97 

360.46 


$ c. 

2,075.51 

3,660.84 

4,765.74 

36,437.07 

112,218.59 

72,592.03 

158,384.56 
47,734.46 
14,183.53 
21,860.56 

3,885.57 

17,171.07 

5,072.97 

157,315.96 

21,075.62 

13,643.64 
4,896.84 

12,688.47 
5,928.58 
4,365.74 

4,888.95 

3,917.37 

2,710.53 

17,621.27 

13,047.02 

20,117.96 

4,270,320.38 

22,757.24 

116,410.85 

49,670.98 

1,188.16 
6,972.66 
8,214.77 
67,330.12 
7,232.88 

63,586.78 

5,156,72 

11,565.52 

56,713.60 

3,379.02 


$ c. 

43.10 

64.42 

114.39 

872.00 

3,315.37 

1,906.88 

3,727.24 

1,080.01 

330.44 

562.41 

66.60 

707.10 

70.58 

4,362.19 

526.42 

318.40 

67.46 

283.35 

134.30 

89.71 

100.18 

35.45 

36.31 

623.47 

287.73 

502.21 
131,989.92 

572.25 
3,331.45 
1,155.51 

13: 27 

170.84 

206.76 

1,966.76 

106.81 

2,352.56 

92.37 

244.39 

1,715.89 

59.73 


$ c. 

2,118.61 

3,725.26 

4,880.13 

37,309.07 

115,533.96 

74,498.91 
162,111.80 
48,814.47 
14,513.97 
22,422.97 

3,952.17 
17,878.17 

5,143.55 

161,678.15 

21,602.04 

13,962.04 
4,964.30 

12,971.82 
6,062.88 
4,455.45 

4,989.13 

3,952.82 

2,746.84 

18,244.74 

13,334.75 

20,620.17 

4,402,310.30 

23,329.49 

119,742.30 

50,826.49 

1,201.43 
7,143.50 
8,421.53 
69,296.88 
7,339.69 

65,939.34 

5,249.09 

11,809.91 

58,429.49 

3,438.75 


$ ' c. 

2,758.71 

3,714.77 

5,252.48 

39,089.00 

127,384.00 

86,497.83 

178,895.72 
46,776.48 
16,237.40 
22,327.75 

5,738.07 
18,858.72 

5,583.83 

167,604.75 

25,062.89 

14,312.42 
5,669.69 

14,704.52 
7,739.96 
5,401.82 

6,203.06 

3,630.62 

3,251.60 

17,921.55 

14,739.95 

23,623.88 

4,412,045.91 

23,810.21 

140,979.17 

51,797.03 

1,353.71 
8,753.88 
9,002.22 
70,528.22 
8,208.00 

69,509.41 

5,300.93 

12,518.98 

61,597.00 

4,995.06 


$ c: 

640.10 


$ c. 


192.60 


10.49 


296.63 
2,199.62 
7,602.64 


372.35 

1,779.93 

11,850.04 

11,998.92 
16,783.92 




4,816.72 




9,840.44 




2,464.22 


2,037.99 


849.16 


1,723.43 




1,370.72 


95.22 


199.50 


1,785.90 

980.55 

440.28 

5,926.60 

3,460.85 

350.38 

705.39 

1,732.70 

1,677.08 

946.37 

1,213.93 




1,335.16 




220.23 




10,374.53 




1,301.72 




812.58 




193,86 




746.81 




337.54 




240.89 




274.40 




149.33 


322.20 


114.62 
1,269.37 


504.76 


323. 19 


765.01 


1,405.20 

3,003.71 
9,735.61 

480.72 
21,236.87 

970.54 

152.28 
1,610.38 

580.69 
1,231.34 

868.31 

3,570.07 

51.84 

709.07 

3,167.51 

1,556.31 




1,206.69 




296,783.87 




1,359.65 




8,015.44 




2,989.15 




49.31 




421.80 




509.47 




4,612.79 




341.57 




4,665.69 




268.64 




629.60 




3,895.46 




180.70 









148 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan.l 

1926 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 






Windsor 

Woodbridge. . . 
Woodstock. . . . 

Wyoming 

York East twp. 



62.00 



York North twp. 
Zurich 



$ c. 
30.00 
36.00 
28.00 
60.00 
35.00 

35.00 
68.00 



Toronto and York Railway. . 

Sandwich, Windsor and Am- 

herstburg Railway 



Rural Power Districts 

Amherstburg — Anderdon and 
Maiden twps 

Aylmer — Dorchester S., Mala- 
hide, Yarmouth and Bayham 
twps 

Ayr — Dumfries N. and Blen- 
heim twps 

Baden — Wilmot, Waterloo and 
Blenheim twps 

Barton — Barton, Glanford and 
Ancaster twps 

Beamsville — Grimsby N., Clin 
ton and Louth twps 

Belle River — Maidstone and 
Rochester twps 

Blenheim — Raleigh and Har- 
wich twps 

Bolton — Albion twp 

Bond Lake — King, Vaughan 
Markham and Whitchurch 



twps 

Bothwell — Ekfrid and Mosa 
twps 

Brampton — Chingaucousy and 
Toronto twps 

Brant — Brantford and Dum- 
fries S. twps 

Caledonia — Onieda twp 

Chatham — Dover, Raleigh and 
Harwich twps 

Chippawa — Willoughby and 
Bertie twps 

Delaware — Delaware, Westmin- 
ster, Caradoc, Ekfrid, Lobo 
and London twps 



$ c. 

5,339,204.19 

59,329.44 

867,054.11 

23,414.14 

649,177.94 

126,826.81 

54,847.77 

984,249.79 
375,606.27 



99,074.22 

8,533.96 

730.16 

13,962.40 

6,949.97 

93,526.40 

31,334.98 

3,591.21 
397.38 

44,340.21 

2,963.25 

2,361.29 

20,859.84 
2,759.89 

25,701.73 

18,567.96 

24,809.42; 



19,041.0 

184.6 

3,572.8 

43.6 

2,402.6 

450.0 
94.2 

3,099.2 

1,242.5 



265.5 

25.3 

2.3 

44.5 

26.5 

318.1 

91.3 

10.6 
1.0 

138.5 

5.4 

8.5 

80.1 
8.9 

89.6 

82.3 

73.6 



$ c 

9,020.89 

87,46 

1,692.65 

21.61 

1,138.27 

213.19 
44.63 

1,468.28 

588.65 



125.78 

11.99 

1.09 

21.08 

12.55 

150.70 

43.25 

5.02 
•47 

65.62 

2.56 

4.03 

37.94 
4.22 

42.45 

38.99 

34.87 



$ c 

109,333.03 

1,935.94 

22,886.00 

567.91 

32,798.38 

4,934.97 
1,194.01 

35,521.48 

7,970.63 



2,932.12 

346.83 

37.82 

483.82 

296.59 

2,421.95 

1,023.28 



196.17 
20.41 


2,154 


.70 


77 


24 


84.05 


1,121.38 
95.07 


828 


55 


538. 


76 


803. 


78 



$ c 

270,395.83 

2,925.07 

44,070.92 

1,116.03 

33,484.84 

6,493.53 
2,477.81 

49,603.78 

19,051.37 



4,945.62 

418.17 

37.28 

697.93 

355.61 

4,444.23 

1,560.11 



179.96 
13.75 



2,234.21 

145.82 

120.40 

1,056.37 
140.98 

1,281.40 

946.46 

1,234.34 



$ c. 

36,950.94 

485.73 

5,324.80 

241.53 

3,933.89 

816.01 
553.79 

7,335.39 

2,790.42 



885.88 

73.31 

6.02 

113.49 

47.38 
648.43 
264.25 



30.40 
3.63 



330.53 

32.49 

16.99 

141.19 
22.44 

187.08 

109.66 

212.24 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 



Sinking 
fund 



Totals 



Companies' 
balance 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



% c. 

35,756.11 

372.67 

6,192.48 

116.60 

4,258.28 

818.99 
240.98 

5,961.52 

2^10.01 



588.26 

52.32 

4.60 

90.16 

48.57 

565.19 

192.11 

22.08 
2.18 

267.44 

14.31 

15.62 

145.42 
18.06 

172.09 

136.24 

151.47 



$ c. 


$ 


c. 


56,714.72 


518,171 


52 


629.99 


6,436 


86 


9,232.04 


89,398 


89 


241.86 


2,305 


54 


6,913.19 


82,526 


85 


1,350.41 


14,627 


10 


534.02 


5,045 


24 



10,462.86 
3,967.07 



1,051.00 

90.60 

7.76 

148.44 

73.94 
932.96 
333.06 



38.10 
4.11 



471.35 

31.35 

25.11 

221.96 
29.31 

273.05 

198.26 

262.48 



110,353.31 
36,778.15 

10,528.66 

993.22 

94.57 

1,554.92 

834.64 

9,163.46 

3,416.06 

471.73 
44.55 

5,523.85 

303.77 

266.20 

2,724.26 
310.08 

2,784.62 

1,968.37 

2,699.18 



$ c. 

14,867.26 

144.14 

2,789.65 

35.60 

1,875.96 

351.36 
73.62 

2,419.87 

970.14 



207.30 

19.76 
1.80 
34.74 
20.69 
248.37 
71.29 



8.28 
0.78 



108.14 

4.22 

6.64 

62.55 
6.95 

69.96 

64.26 

57.47 



$ c. 

533,038.78 

6,581.00 

92,188.54 

2,341.14 

84,402.81 

14,978.46 
5,118.86 

112,773.18 

37,748.29 



10,735.96 

1,012.98 

96.37 

1,589.66 

855.33 

9,411.83 

3,487.35 

480.01 
45.33 

5,631.99 

307.99 

272.84 

2,786.81 
317.03 

2,854.58 

2,032.63 

2,756.65 



$ c. 

573,091.35 

6,646.56 

100,038.66 

2,751.31 

89,283.19 

15,749.95 
6,405.00 

112,773.18 

37,748.29 



10,735.96 

1,012.98 

96.37 

1,589.66 

855.33 

9,411.83 

3,487.35 

480.01 
45.33 

5,631.99 
307.99 

272.84 

2,786.81 
317.03 

2,854.58 

2,032.63 

2,756.65 



. $ c. 

40,052.57 

65.56 

7,850.12 

410.17 



4,880.38 

771.49 
1,286.14 



150 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Dorchester — London, Nissouri 
W., Nissouri E., Oxford N., 
Dorchester N., Dorchester S., 
Westminster and Yarmouth 
twps 

Drumbo — Blenheim and Bland- 
ford twps 

Dundas — Flamboro W., Bever- 
iey, Ancaster and Flamboro 
E. twps 

Dutton — Dunwich twp 

Elmira — Woolwich twp 

Elora — Pilkington and Nichol 
twps 

Essex — Sandwich S., Maidstone, 
Rochester, Colchester N. and 
Gosfield N. twps 

Exeter — Hay, Stephen, Usborne 
Tuckersmith and Bosanquet 
twps 

Gait — Dumfries N. twp 

Georgetown — Esquesing twp. . . 

Goderich — Colborne and God- 
erich twps 

Grantham — Grantham, Louth 
and Niagara twps j . 

Guelph — Guelph and Puslinch 
twps 

Haldimand — Walpole, Rain- 
ham, Cayuga N. and Oneida 
twps 

Harrow — Colchester S. twp... 

Ingersoll — Oxford N. twp 

Jordan — Louth, Thorold and 
Grantham twps 

Keswick — Georgina and Gwil- 
limbury N. twps 

Kingsville — Gosfield S., Mersea 
and Romney twps 

Lansing — York N. and Vaughan 
twps 

London — Westminster, Dela- 
ware and London twps. ..... 

Lucan — London twp 

Lynden — Beverly and Ancaster 
twps 

Markham — Markham and Scar 
boro twps , 

Milton — Nassagaweya, Esques 
ing and Trafalgar twps -i 



42,839.75 
10.162.02 



33,388.13 
1,702.09 
2,120.04 

55,255.36 



10,771.45 

23,362.14 
8,4!l5.75 
3,3|18.19 

18,093.02 

50,658.29 

11,910.92 

4,375.72 

6,023.58 

258.14 

5,163.23 

28,192.00 

76,584.63 

15,658.43 

160,918.55 

■ 1,852.87 

15,147.34 
19,020.47 

2,158.63 



142.2 
20.3 



130.4 
5.5 
6.0 

166.0 



28.3 

56:4 

32.9 

9.5 

43.7 

223.8 

46.9 

9.3 

12.6 

1.0 

21.6 

81.9 

206.1 

55.0 

545.4 
5.9 

44.5 

57.5 

6.8 



67.37 
9.62 



61 

2 
2 



78.64 

13.41 

26.72 

15.59 

4.50 

20.70 

106.03 

22.22 

4.41 
5.97 
0.47 

10.24 

38.80 

97.64 

26.05 

258.38 
2.80 

21.08 

27.24 

3.22 



1,499.17 
346.08 



1,129.86 
83.51 
42.23 

1,566.33 



519.79 

579.54 
510.05 
121.13 

396.19 

1,266.85 

500.66 

102.64 

282.17 
41.11 

244.88 
1,630.50 
1,956.11 

846.29 

4,451.17 
125.65 

460.90 

926.39 

107.08 



2,131.25 
492.45 



1,701.56 
86.84 
99.36 

2,785.92 



605.12 

1,050.41 
428.97 
167.13 

90Q.01 

2,572.61 

615.91 

218.34 

286,67 

10.16 

255.11 
1,451.81 
3,776.72 

796.78 

8,168.78 
94.56 

751.96 

953.12 

109.81 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



151 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 



Sinking 
fund 



Totals 



Companies' 
balance 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited 



275.22 
50.72 



235.68 
10.97 
12.29 

335.74 



71.03 

120.59 
58.76 
19.73 

97.24 

367.26 

83.93 

22.97 

31.39 

1.77 

36.90 

165.71 

454.47 

101.05 

1,068.66 
11.94 

90.44 

111.63 

13.52 



454.79 
107.47 



355.31 
18.04 
20.69 

580.68 



131.85 

225.07 
89.56 
35.21 

190.18 

540.86 

126.75 

46.34 
60.94 

2.75 

55.00 

299.49 

816.06 

166.64 

1,708.61 
19.66 

160.78 

201.67 

22.92 



4,763.31 
1,115.10 



3,707.52 
215.55 
193.68 

5,810.83 



1,464.10 

2,199.06 

1,158.27 

377.04 

1,777.86 

5,145.24 

1,427.31 

440.53 

724.94 

57.99 

634.27 

3,775.34 

7,788.94 

2,038.82 

16,891.55 
269.67 

1,617.67 

2,365.79 

274.19 



111.03 
15.85 



101.82 
4.29 
4.68 

129.61 



22.10 

44.03 
25.69 

7.42 

34.12 

174.75 

36.62 

7.26 
9.84 
0.78 

16.86 

63.95 

160.92 

42.94 

425.85 
4.61 

34.75 

44.90 

5.31 



4,874.34 
1,130.95 



3,809.34 
219.84 
198.36 

5,940.54 



1,486.20 

2,243.09 

1,183.96 

384.46 

1,811.98 

5,319.99 

1,463.93 

447.79 

734.78 

58.77 

651.13 

3,839.29 

7,949.86 

2,081.76 

17,317.40 

274.28 

1,652.42 

2,410.69 

279.50 



4,874.34 
1,130.95 



3,809.34 
219.84 
198.36 

5,940.54 



1,486.20 

2,243.09 

1,183.96 

384. 4e 

1,811.98 

5,319.99 

1,463.93 

447.79 

734.78 

58.77 

651.13 

3,839.29 

7,949.86 

2,081.76 

17,317.40 
274.28 

1,652.42 

2,410.69 

279.50 



152 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Section 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amount 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of power 





Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating costs and 


Rural power district 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 


Interest 


Renewals 


Mitchell — Logan and Elma twps 

Mount Joy — Markham and 

Whitchurch twps 


$ c 
17,907.89 

1,705.71 

19,053.71 
67,015.34 

51,848.42 

8,486.61 
3,113.97 

76,916.21 

23,422.92 
36,503.20 
50,902.64 

73,686.08 

137,100.07 

59,576.74 

4,469.36 

12,104.67 

13,105.82 

27,193.89 

648.28 

9,363.33 

1,725.50 

44,419.35 

29,539.75 

4,190.14 

19,513.75 


38.8 

' 4.4 

47.0 
315.7 

177.2 

20.3 
6.7 

280.0 

66.7 
118.7 
184.2 
266.0 

440.4 

174.4 

14.3 

39.9 

68.0 

99.8 

2.3 

28.5 

5.0 

127.2 

93.8 

9.0 

66.0 


$ c. 
18.38 

2.08 

22.26 
149.56 

83.95 

9.62 
3.17 

132.65 

31.60 

56.24 

87.27 

126.02 

208.65 
82.63 

6.77 
18.90 
32.22 
47.28 

1.09 
13.50 

2.37 

60.26 

44.44 

4.26 

" 31.27 


$ c 
596.38 

56.45 

587.87 
2,047.55 

1,799.32 

238.03 
100.24 

2,302.78 

749.39 

887.34 

1,493.38 

1,674.30 

3,534.02 
2,656.38 
254.43 
468.76 
546.00 
756.11 
123.40 
295.56 
94.01 

l,358 r 59 
855137 
112.24 
547.65 


$ c. 
844.35 

85.00 

954.60 
3,490.64 

2,600.67 

409.44 
148.94 

3,886.94 

1,155.56 
1,868.48 
2,578.58 
3,663.84 

6,870.43 

2,894.88 

225.73 

613.29 

680.14 

1,374.71 

32.38 

464.98 


$ c. 
167.27 

14.95 


Newmarket — Gwillimbury E., 
King and Whitchurch twps . . 

Niagara — Niagara twp 

Norwich — Norwich N., Nor- 
wich S., Oxford E., Burford 
and Windham twps 


170.71 
355.17 

394.38 


Oil Springs — Enniskillen and 
Brooke twps 


76.77 


Petrclia — Enniskillen twp 

Preston — Waterloo and Dum- 
fries N. twps 


30.61 

548.75 


Ridgetown — Howard, Oxford, 
Harwich and Rondeau Park 
twps 


203.46 


St. Jacobs — Wellesley and Wool- 
wich twps 

St. Thomas — South wo Id, Yar- 
mouth and Westminster twps. 

Saltfleet — Saltfleet, Barton and 
Grimsby N. twps 


298.09 
364.89 
534.48 


Sandwich — Sandwich W., Sand- 
wich E., Sandwich S., Ander- 
don and Colchester N. twps. 

Sarnia — Sarnia, Moore and 
Piympton twps 


1,056.72 
470.28 


Scarboro — Scarboro, Pickering, 
York N. and York twps. . . . 

Simcoe — Woodhouse, Charlotte- 
ville and Windham twps. . . . 

Stamford — Stamford and Thor- 
old twps 


32.50 
95.78 
57.08 


Stratford — Ellice and Downie 
twps 


189.54 


Streetsville — Toronto, Esques- 
ing and Chingaucousy twps. 

Tavistock — Easthope N. and 
Easthope S. twps 


4.74 
77.38 


Tilbury— Tilbury E., Tilbury 
N., and Raleigh twps 

Tillsonburg — Norwich S., Bay- 
ham, Dereham, Middleton 
and Norwich N. twps 

Wallaceburg — Dover, Chatham 
and Sombra twps 


8 

2,10. 
1,48 


7.16 

5.58 
L.88 


14.68 

364.82 
235.37 


Walton — Morris, Grey and 
McKillop twp* 


208.87 


43.15 


Waterdown — Flamboro E., 
Flamboro W. and Nelson twps. 


99: 


J. 92 


152.25 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



SYSTEM— Gonlinued 



COST OF POWER 



23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount received by the 
remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 



Sinking 
fund 



Totals 



Companies' 
balance 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
101.61 

9.35 

111.10 
495 . 04 



336.65 

48.50 
16.86 

529.05 



141.51 
240.36 
349.50 
507 . 05 

888.49 

365.84 

28.05 

77.39 

102.68 

186.59 

4.32 

58.64 

10.51 

261.47 

189.41 

22.04 

126.00 



$ c. 
178.12 

18.10 

201.06 
714.56 



549,33 

86.10 
32.09 

816.78 



248.33 
392.69 
541.05 
783.54 

1,453.63 

606.77 

47.53 

128.42 

140.28 

289.17 

6.90 

98.90 

18.32 

451.70 

313.58 

44.38 

207.36 



$ c. 
1,906.11 

185.93 

2,047.60 

7,252.52 



5,764.30 



868 
331 


.46 
.91 


8,216 


.95 


2,529 


85 


3,743 


20 


5,414 


67 


7,289 


23 


14,011 


94 


7,076 


78 


595 


01 


1,402 


54 


1,558 


40 


2,843 


40 


172 


83 


1,008 


96 


227 


05 


4,602 


42 


3,120.05 


434. 


94 


2,058. 


45 



$ c 
30.30 

3.44 

36.70 
246.50 



138.36 

15.85 

5.23 

218.62 



52.08 

92.68 

143.82 

207.69 

343 . 86 

136.17 

11.17 

31.15 

53.09 

77.92 

1.80 

22.25 

3.90 

99.32 

73.24 

7.03 

51.53 



$ c 
1,936.41 

189.3' 

2,084.30 
7,499.02 



5,902.66 

834.31 
337.14 

8,435.5 



2,581.93 
3,835.88 
.5,558.49 
7,496.92 

14,355.80 
7,212.95 

606.18 
1,433.69 
1,611.49 
2,921.32 

174.63 
1,031.21 

230.95 

4,701.74 

3,193.29 

441.97 

2,109.98 



S c. 
1,936.41 

189.37 

2,084.30 
7,499.02 



5,902.66 

884.31 
337.14 

8,435.57 



2,581.93 
3,835.88 
5,558.49 
7,496.92 



14,355.80 
7,212.95 

606.1 
1,433.69 
1,611.49 
2,921.32 

174.63 
1,031.21 

230.95 

4,701.74 

3,193.29 

441.97 

2,109.98 



154 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



NoJ 



NIAGAl 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under Secti 

Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost — and the amou 

ment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of pow; 





Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 

interest and 

.fixed charges 

are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating costs a] 


Rural power district 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 


Renewa 


Waterford — Windham and 
Townsend twps 


$ c. 
6,144.57 

130,988.77 

60,598.45 
45,901.53 


21.1 

538 . 5 

174.7 
183.1 


; $ c 
10.00 

255.13 

82.77 
86.75 


$ c. 
202 . 93 

5,761.06 

1,799.01 

1,813.35 


$ c 
306.16 

6,677.53 

3,008.63 
2,305.32 


• 

46 

850 | 

517 1 
294 J 


YVclland— Bertie, Pelham, Thor- 
old, Crow land, Wainfleet and 
Humberstone twps. . . , : 


Woodbridge — Toronto, Vaugh- 
an, York N., Etobicoke, Tor- 
onto Gore, Albion, King and 
Chingaucousy twps. 


Woodstock— Oxford W., Oxford 
E., Blandford and Zorra E. 
twps 




Totals — Municipalities. . . . 
Totals — Rural Power Dist. 
Totals — Hydro-Electric 
Railways 


100,475,573.29 
2,044,961.68 

1,359,856.06 
49,545,764.08 


376,535.5 
6,843.2 

4,341.7 
241,267.2 


178,387.87 
3,242.03 

2,056.93 
114,303.03 


2,304,137.56 
66,910.70 

43,492.11 
1,276,928.36 


5,081,233.66 
102,306.63 

68,655.15 
2,612,436.04 


645,4273 
15,597 I 

10,12511 


Totals — Companies 


236,591* 


Non-operating capital 


153,426,155.11 
526,816.70 




Grand totals 


153,952,971.81 


628,987.6 


297,989.86 


3,691,468.73 


7,864,631.48 


907,741 A 







I 



' 927 


HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


155 


( YSTEM— Continued COST OF POWER 

i3 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission— the amount received by the 
j >maining to be credited or charged to each Municipality upon ascertain- 
n tupplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 


^xed charges 


Totals 


Companies' 
balance 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts remaining to 


• gencies 
» and 
obsoles- 
cence 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 


Credited 


Charged 


J! $ c. 

4J 40.57 
i 909.12 

i; 362.82 
324.67 


$ c. 
65.30 

1,396.29 

637.11 
488.57 


$ c. 
671.89 

15,849.54 

6,408.28 
5,313.54 


$ c 
16.47 

420.46 

136.41 
142.96 


$ c. 
688.36 

16,270.00 

6,544.69 
5,456.50 


$ c. 
688.36 

16,270.00 

. 6,544.69 
5,456.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 










* 








'• ;74,433.18 
r 13,180.92 

j 8,371.53 
> 74. 194 .95 


1,067,834.36 
21,586.22 

14,429 .93 

528,709.48 


9,951,453.75 
222,823.56 

147,131.46 
5,143,163.69 


294,000 .05 
5,343.18 

3,390.01 

(302,733.24) 


10,245,453.80 
228,166.74 

150,521.47 
4,840,430.45 


10,540,771.08 
228,166.74 

150,521.47 
4,840,430.45 


310,770.05 


15,'452.77 
















;i >70,180.58 


1,632,559.99 


15,464,572.46 




15,464,572.46 


15,759,889.74 













156 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Rl RAL 
Operating Report for year 



Name of rural power districts and 
townships included therein 



Total capital investment in each 
district and the amount of Govern- 
ment grant applied thereto 



Total 



Government 
grant 



Balance 



Total cost 
of power 

for year as 
provided 

to be paid 
under 

section 23 
of Act* 



Amherstburg — Anderdon and Maiden 
twps 

Aylmer — Dorchester S., Malahide, Yar- 
mouth and Bayham twps 

Ayr — Dumfries N. and Blenheim twps. . 

Baden — Wilmot, Waterloo and Blenheim 
twps 

Barton — Barton, Glanford and Ancaster 
twps 



Beamsville — Grimsby N., Clinton and 
Louth twps 

Belle River — Maidstone and Rochester 
twps 

Blenheim — Raleigh and Harwich twps. 

Bolton — Albion twp 

Bond Lake — King, Vaughan, Markham 
and Whitchurch twps.' 



Bothwell — Ekfrid and Mosa twps 

Brampton — Chingaucousy and Toronto 

twps 

Brant — Brantford and Dumfries S. twps. . 

Caledonia — Oneida twp 

Chatham — Dover, Raleigh and Harwich 

twps 



Chippawa — Willoughby and Bertie twps.. 

Delaware — Delaware, Westminster, Car- 
adoc, Ekfrid, Lobo and London twps. . . 

Dorchester — London, Nissouri W., Nis- 
souri E., Oxford N., Dorchester N., Dor- 
chester S., Westminster and Yarmouth 
twps 

Drumbo — Blenheim and Blandford twps. . 

Dundas — Flamboro W., Beverly, Ancas- 
ter and Flamboro E. twps 



Dutton — Dunwich twp ! 

Elmira — Woolwich twp 

Elora — Pilkington and Nichol twps 

Essex — Sandwich S., Maidstone, Roches- 
ter, Colchester N., and Gosfield N. twps 

Exeter — Hay, Stephen, Usborne, Tucker- 
smith and Bosanquet twps 



Gait — Dumfries N. twp 

Georgetown — Esquesing twp 

Goderich — Colborne and Goderich twps. . 
Grantham — Grantham, Louth and Niag 

ara twps 

Guelph — Guelph and Puslinch twps 



$ c. 

57,360.84 

54,358.79 
10,522.52 

47,365.31 

21,133.99 

145,060.88 

38,410.92 
22,701.01 

1,557.85 

76,696.81 

1,181:36 

13,129.04 

50,220.17 

7,llli74 

58,348.03 

29,353.39 

42,764.51 



87,795.13 
17,564.33 

107,024.59 

7,373.81 
7,005.86 
9,936.34 

55,404.15 

42,772.84 

30,837.92 
6,780.47 
4,131.43 

69,478.39 

24,381.38 



28,680.42 

25,652.09 
5,261.26 

23,350.63 

10,566.99 

72,530.44 

19,205.46 

10,672.04 

778.93 

36,864.18 

590.68 

6,564.52 

24,822.98 
3,555.87 

29,174.01 

14,676.69 

21,303.92 



42,588.14 
8,444.13 

53,366.47 

3,686.90 
3,502.93 
4,968.17 

25,471.15 

20,747.46 

15,418.96 
3,390.23 
2,065.71 

34,739.20 
12,190.69 



$ c. 

28,680.42 

28,706.70 
5.261.26 

24,014.68 

10,567.00 

72,530.44 

19,205.46 

12,028.97 

778.92 

39,832.63 

590.68 

6,564.52 
25,397.19 

3,555.87 

29,174.02 
14,676.70 
21,460.59 



45,206.99 
9,120.20 

53,658.12 

3,686.91 
3,502.93 
4,968.17 

29,933.00 

22,025.38 

15,418.96 
3,390.24 
2,065.72 

34,739.19 
12,190.69 



$ c 

10,735,96 

1.012.98 
96.37 

1,589.66 

<55.33 

9,411.83 

3.487.35 

480.01 

45.33 

5,631.99 

307 . 99 

272.84 

2,786.81 

317.03 

2,854.58 

2,032.63 

2,756.65 



4,874.34 
1,130.95 

3,809.34 

219.84 

198.36 

5,940.54 

1,486.20 

2,243.09 

1,183.96 

384.46 

1,811.98 

5,319,99 
1,463.93 



*See "cost of power" table on preceding pages. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



57 



POWER DISTRICTS 
Ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



$ c 

3,841.42 

1,144.55 
286.48 

2,297.17 

730.50 

6,821.10 

2,613.34 
546.41 

13.48 

-5,855.94 

148.86 

159.07 

.2,291.63 

163.79 

1,912.27 

1,391.73 

1,870.92 



4,046.18 
964.92 

^,494.46 

150.22 
152.88 
560.13 

1,778.61 

2,181.37 

997.69 
414.16 
612.09 

3,044.12 
1,112.92 



Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 



$ c. 

628.31 

963.12 
63.12 

1,092.55 

357.97 

3,036.46 

785.78 

385.40 

37.38 

1,841.76 

28.34 

227.88 
864.52 
170.23 

1,274.34 

699.86 

921.67 



1,986.04 
417.87 

2,683.64. 

132.49 

69.64 

194.19 

429.91 

707.35 

217.02 

160.60 

94.85 

1,630.79 
549 . 90 



Renewal 
charges 



$ c 

523.73 

741.72 
52.61 

897.42 

298.39 

2,531.05 

654.99 

294.11 

31.16 

1,475.85 

23.62 

189.95 
709.14 
141.90 

1,062.23 

583.37 
765.12 



1,603.10 
334.80 

2,233.08 

110.44 

58.05 

161.87 

269.11 

562.86 

180.90 

133.87 

79.06 

1,359.35 
458.37 



Contin- 
gencies 



$' c. 

130.93 

185.43 
13.15 

224.36 

74.60 

632.76 

163.75 

73.53 

7.79 

368.96 

5.91 

47.49 

177.28 
35.47 

265.56 

145.84 

191.28 



400.77 
83.70 

558.27 

27.61 
14.51 
40.47 

67.28 

140.71 

45.23 
33.47 
19.77 

339.84 
114.59 



Sinking 
fund 



$ c. 

138.50 

211.97 
13.85 

240.28 

79.05 

670.85 

173.52 
84.99 

8.26 

405.74 

6.27 

50.11 

190.80 

37.37 

281.58 

154.71 

203.73 



438.55 
92.21 

590.68 

29.07 

15.28 
42.61 

94.67 

156.10 

47.89 
35.50 
20.87 

360.27 
120.91 



Total cost 



$ c. 

15,998.85 

4,259.77 
525.58 

6,341.44 

2,395.84 

23,104.05 

7,878.73 

1,864.45 

143.40 

15,580.24 

520.99 

947 . 34 

7,020.18 

865.79 

7,650.56 

5,008.14 

6,709.37 



13,348.98 
3,024.45 

13,369.47 

669.67 

508.72 

6,939.81 

4,125.78 

5,991.48 

2,672.69 
1,162.06 
2,638.62 

12,054.36 
3,820.62 



Revenue 



$ c 

17,311.99 

5,737.82 
400.99 

6,904.28 

1,949.19 

27,305.79 

10,667.58 

2,928.82 

291.29 

28,685.39 

492.65 

1,397.74 
7,160.06 

789.47 

11,181.52 
5,742.22 
8,775.96 



15,966.83 
3,878.24 

13,274.11 

746.89 

581.50 

7,331.87 

4,597.72 

7,170.57 

2,449.21 
1,632.71 
2,319.00 

13,202.01 
3.590.64 



Credited 



Chg'd 



$ c 
1,313.14 
1,478.05 



562.84 



4,201.74 

2,788.85 

1,064.37 

147.89 

13.105.15 



450.40 
139.88 



3,530.96 

734.08 

2,066.59 



2,617.85 
853.79 



77.22 

72.78 

392.06 

471.94 

.179.09 



470.65 
1,147.65 



$ c 



124.59 



446.65 



28.34 



76.32 



95.36 



223.48 
319.62 



229.98 



158 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL 
Operating Report for year 



Name of rural power districts and 
townships included therein 



Haldimand — Walpole, Rainham, Cayuga 
N. and Oneida twps 

Harrow — Colchester S. twp 

Ingersoll — Oxford N. twp 

Jordan — Louth, Thorold and Grantham 
twps 

Keswick — Georgina and Gwillimbury N. 
twps 



Kingsville— Gosfield S., Mersea and Rom- 
ney twps 

Lansing — York N. and Vaughan twps. . . . 

London — Westminster, Delaware and Lon- 
don twps. 

Lucan — London twp 

Lynden — Beverly and Ancaster twps 



Total capital investment in each 
district and the amount of Govern- 
ment grant applied thereto 



Total 



Markham — -Markham and Scarboro twps. 
Milton — Nassagaweya, Esquesing and 

Trafalgar twps 

Mitchell — Logan and Elma twps 

Mount Joy — Markham and Whitchurch 

twps. . , 

Newmarket— Gwillimbury E., King and 

Whitchurch twps 



Niagara — Niagara twp 

Norwich — Norwich N., Norwich S., Ox 
ford E., Burford and Windham twps. 
Oil Springs — Enniskillen and Brooke twps 

Petrolia — Enniskillen twp 

Preston — Waterloo and Dumfries N. twps. 

Ridgetown — Howard, Oxford, Harwich 
and Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs — -Wellesley and Woolwich twps. 

St. Thomas — Southwold, Yarmouth and 
Westminster twps 

Saltfleet — Saltfleet, Barton and Grimsby 
N. twps 

Sandwich — Sandwich W., Sandwich E., 
Sandwich S., Anderdon and Colchester 
N. twps 



Surnia — Sarnia, Moore and Plympton twps 
Scarboro — Scarboro, Pickering, York N. 

and York twps 

Simcoe — Woodhouse, Charbtteville and 

Windham twps 

Stamford — Stamford and Thorold twps.. . 
Stratford — Ellice and Downey twps 



$ c 

16,827.75 

28,267.94 

6,309.26 

30,514.34 

48,329.04 

88,658.07 
14,061 . 33 

176,369.37 
16,859.54 
39,000.32 

23,666.28 

2,918.97 
30,277.09 

2,236.22 

24,934.11 

62,589.28 

84,815.27 

15,725.52 

1,702.28 

118,967.99 

73,317.05 
40,584.05 

88,766.63 

164; 122. 74 

129,103.24 

109,099.27 

12,790.30 

22,571.02 
20,252.74 
10,692.49 



Government 
grant 



$ c 

8,216.06 

14,133.97 

3,154.63 

15,257.17 

22,809.51 

42,559.35 
7,030.67 

87,504.04 

8,429.77 

19,500 16 

11,833.14 

1,459.49 

15,138.55 

586.87 

12,072.42 

30,852.22 

40,899.87 

7,862.76 

851.14 

59,484.00 

36,658.53 
20,292.03 

44,383.31 

82,061.37 

64,551.62 

52,391.49 

6,176.01 

10,389.05 

10,126.37 

5,095.80 



Balance 



8,611.69 

14,133.97 

3,154.63 

15,257.17 

25,519.53 

46,098.72 
7,030.66 

88,865.33 

8,429.77 

19,500.16 

11,833.14 

1,459.48 
15,138.54 

1,649.35 

12,861.69 

31,737.06 

43,915.40 

7,862.76 

851.14 

59,483.99 



36,658.52 
20,292.02 

44,383.32 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided 
to be paid 

under 

section 23 

of Act* 



$ c. 

447.79 

743.78 

58.77 

651.13 
3,839.29 

7,949.86 
2,081.76 

17,317.40 

274.28 
1,652.42. 

2,410.69 

279.50 
1,936.41 

189.37 

2,084.30 

7,499.02 

5,902.66 
884.31 
337.14 

8,435.57 



2,581.93 
3,835.88 

5,558.49 



82,061.37 7,496.92 



64,551.62 

56,707.78 

6.614.29 

12,181.97 

10,126.37 

5,596.69 



14,355.80 

7,212.95 

606.18 

1,433.69 
1,611.49 
2,921.32 



*See "cost of power" table on preceding pages. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



POWER DISTRICTS— Continued 
Ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 
on capita 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Total cost 


Revenue 


Credited 


Chg'd 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c. 


365 . 78 

504.86 

44.26 


400.43 
127.44 

51.82 


325. 8S 

106.23 

43.20 


81.47 
26.56 
10.80 


88.02 
27.99 
11.40 


1,709.37 

1,527.86 
220.25 


2,464:85 

1,736.09 

226.93 


755.52 

208.23 

6.68 




884.17 


709.31 
1,096.13 


591.25 
859.49 


147.81 
214.87 


156.81 
241.78 


3,140.48 
10,518.34 


2,869.78 
13,861.26 




270 70 


4,266.78 


3,342.92 




6,762.07 
877.77 


1,840.99 
305.03 

4,007.06 
132.00 
926.05 


1,464.26 
254.26 

3,312.87 
110.03 
771.91 


366.06 
63.56 

828.22 

27.51 

192.98 


405.93 

68.20 

885.27 

28.97 

204.51 


18,789.17 
3,650.58 

34,182.49 

640.47 

5,329.15 


22,210.44 
3,296.16 

49,638.96 

925 . 84 

5,963.25 


3,421.27 


354 42 


7,831.67 

67.68 

1,581.28 


15,456.47 
285.37 
634. 10 




1,287.93 


547.87 


456.68 


114.17 


121.07 


4,938.41 


6,651.48 


1,713.07 




253.97 
1,564.75 


64.69 
594.05 


53 . 92 
495.17 


13.48 
123.79 


14.25 
130.35 


679.81 
4,844.52 


997.21 
4,865.56 


317.40 
21.04 




77.82 


74.99 


41.26 


10.31 


16.50 


410.25 


601.71 


191.46 




673.89 


463 . 63 


370.67 


92.67 


101.83 


3,786.99 


4,290.84 


503 . 85 




4,271.25 


1,426.45 


1,166.58 


291.64 


315.07 


14;970.01 


20,200.01 


5,230.00 




3,794.48 
510.72 
254.93 


1,818.97 

276.82 

84.17 

2,631.13 


1,455.91 

230.74 

70.16 

2,193.19 


363.98 
57.69 
17.54 

548 . 30 


400.02 
60.74 
18.59 

580.74 


13,736.02 

2,021.02 

782.53 

19,832.02 


15,568.05 

2,746.54 

502.47 

23,298.26 


1,832.03 

725.52 


280 06 


5,443.09 


3,466.24 




1,510.25 
2,345.76 


1,074.40 
953.27 


.895.57 
794.60 


223.89 
198.65 


237.40 
210.70 


6,523.44 
8,338.86 


9,248.89 
10,249.22 


2,725.45 
1,910.36 




6,014.12 


1,979.94 


1,650.39 


412.60 


437.42 


16,052.96 


20,053.07 


4,000.11 




8,256.23 


3,881.07 


3,235.09 


808.77 


858.05 


24,536.13 


26,869.23 


2,333.10 




11,847.03 


2,756.49 


2,297.68 


574.42 


608 . M 


32,439.75 


41,612.92 


9,173.17 




5,280.49 


1,506.90 


1,169.76 


292.44 


331.54 


15,794.08 


17,232.29 


1,438.21 




594.16 


244.29 


194.86 


48.71 


53.95 


1,742.15 


1,826.19 


84.04 




1,137.46 


467 . 50 
473.86 
248.42 


355.20 
394.99 

198.55 


88.80 
98.75 
49.65 


102.67 

104.67 

54.88 


3,585.32 
7,156.13 
4,717.61 


3,202.54 
6,372.33 
6,405.02 




382.78 


4,472.37 




783 . 80 


1,244.79 


1,687.41 





160 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL 
Operating Report for year 



Name of rural power districts and 
townships included therein 



Total capital investment in each 
district and the amount of Govern- 
ment grant applied thereto 



Total 



Government 
grant 



Balance 



Total cost 
of power 

for year as 
provided 

to be paid 
under 

section 23 
of Act* 



Streetsville — Toronto, Esquesing and 

Chingaucousy twps 

Tavistock — Easthope N. and Easthope S. 

twps 

Tilbury — Tilbury E. f Tilbury N. and Ral 

eigh twps 

Tillsonburg — Norwich S., Bayham, Dere 

ham. Middleton and Norwich N. twps. 
Wallaceburg — Dover, Chatham and Som 

bra twps 



Walton — Morris, Grey and McKiilop twps 
Waterdown — Flamboro E. and W., and 

Nelson twps 

Waterford — Windham and Townsend 



twps. 



Welland — Bertie, Pelham, Thorold, Crow- 
land, Wainfleet and Humberstone twps. . 

Woodbridge — Toronto, Vaughan, York N., 
Etobicoke, Toronto Gore, Albion, King 
and Chingaucousy twps 

Woodstock— Oxford W., Oxford E., Bland- 
ford and Zorra E. twps 



47,624.89 

10,667.86 

9,335.09 

112,171.79 

59,262.00 

3,839.84 

38,649.86 

7,432.16 

185,470.73 

95,351.18 
111,961.28 



$ c 
23,812.44 

5,333.93 

4,446.20 
56,085.90 
29,631.00 

1,587.90 
19,112.33 

3,716.08 
90,586.04 

47,207.44 
55,980.64 



$ 
23,812 

5,333 

4,888 
56,085 
29,631 

2,251 
19,537. 

3,716. 
94,884. 

48,143. 
55,980. 



$ c. 

174.63 
1,031.21 

230.95 
4,701.74 
3,193.29 

441.97 
2,109.98 

688.36 
16,270.00 

6,544.69 
5,456.50 



Total 3,333,859.98 



1,644,092.52 



1,689,767.46 



228,166.74 



"See "cost of power" table on preceding pages. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



POWER DISTRICTS— Continued 
Ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Total cost 


Revenue 


Credited 


Chg'd 


$ c. 


S c. 

71.90 

253.72 

84.03 

2,276.58 

1,386.48 

92.68 

496.09 

176.30 

3,116.65 

1,798.96 
2,419.49 


sS c. 

59 . 93 

211.49 

61.19 

1,897.65 

1,155.70 

63.98 

405.00 

146.96 

2,565.46 

1,480.81 
2,016.78 


$ c. 
14.98 
52.87 
15.29 

474.41 

288.93 
16.00 

101.26 
36.74 

641.36 

370.20 
504.19 


S c. 
15.86 
56 . 08 
18.48 

501.08 

306.45 
20.41 

109.41 
38.98 

687.79 

396 . 53 
534.60 


£ c. 

894.47 

2,397.04 

655 . 23 

13,337.93 

8,759.00 

905.65 

5,076.17 

1,361.07 

33,974.12 

13,550.66 
14,204.97 


$ c 

458.03 

2,262.83 

868 . 88 

19,199.84 

11,165.71 

1,092.46 

6,129.16 

1,204.63 

46,904.96 

16,157.23 
18,868.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 
436 . 44 


791 67 




134 21 


245 . 29 
3,486.47 
2,428.15 

270.61 
1,854.43 

273.73 


213.65 
5,861.91 
2,406.71 

186.81 
1,052.99 


156.44 


10,692.86 

2,959.47 
3,273.41 


12,930.84 

2,606.57 
4,663.16 




162,453.48 


65,991.03 


54,146.52 


13,536.63 


14,559.51 


538,853.91 


664,763.35 


130,252.63 


4,34319 



Net Credit $125,909.44 



1 H. 



62 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge al 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


-\cton 


Ian., 1913 
Nov., 1922 
Tan.. 1916 
April, 1922 


$ c 


$ c 
178.72 


$ c 

178.72 


$ c. 




73.08 


73 OS 


Ailsa Craig. . 


972.22 


972.22 




Alvinston ....... 


1,017.90 


1 017 90 


Amherstburg 








Ancaster township 


May, 1923 
Mar., 1918 
Jan., 1915 
May, 1912 
Mar., 1924 

Aug., 1912 
Dec, 1922 
Nov., 1915 
July, 1924 
Feb., 1915 

Sept., 1915 
Nov., 1911 
Feb., 1914 
May, 1924 
Jan., 1918 

July, 1924 
June, 1915 
Nov., 1916 
Oct., 1912 
Jan., 1925 

Nov., 1924 
Feb., 1915 

May, 1924 
Mar., 1914 

May, 1915 
Dec, 1923 
Sept., 1917 
Mar., 1915 
Dec, 1914 

Mar., 1918 
April, 1915 
Dec, 1914 
Oct., 1917 
Jan., 1911 

June, 1918 
Sept., 1915 
Nov., 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Jan., 1915 




483.61 


483.61 




Avlmer 


1,370.22 
647.43 
684.46 


1 370 22 


Avr 






647.43 


Baden 




i 


684.46 


Barton township 


763.90 


763.90 




Beachville 


1,054.93 
969.73 

3,599.59 

822.78 

43.13 

1,768.19 
1,259.47 


1.054.93 


Belle River 






969 73 


Blenheim 






3,599 59 


Blvth 






822 78 


Bolton. 






43 13 


Bothwell 






1,768.19 


Brampton 






1,259.47 


Brantford 


21,220.50 
300.64 


13,000.00 
300.64 


Brantford township. 






Brigden 


1,309.33 

1,241.62 

533.66 

9.60 

61.47 

570.83 

368.90 
5,657.22 

1,040.83 
2,468.44 


1,309.33 


Brussels 






1,241.62 


Burford , -. 






533.66 


Burgessville 






9 60 


Caledonia 






61 47 


Campbellville 






570.83 


Cayuga 






368.90 


Chatham. . 






5,657.22 


Chippawa 








Clifford 






1,040.83 


Clinton 






2,468 44 


Comber 


249.58 


249.58 




Courtright 


170.20 

38.27 
448.55 
275.42 

402 . 99 

847.68 


170.20 


Dashwood 






38.27 


Delaware 






448.55 


Dorchester 






275.42 


Drayton 






402 99 


Dresden 






847.68 




95.16 
446.70 

1,528.43 

2,186.67 


95.16 




Dublin 






Dundas 




1.528.43 
2,186.67 




Dunnville 






Dutton 


750.17 
229.60 

425.83 
445 . 84 


750.17 


Elmira 






' 229.60 


Elora. . 






425.83 


Embro 






445 . 84 











1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


S c. 
3.56 


S c. 
1,000.18 


%, c. 


$ c. 
996.62 


% c 


1.39 


78.44 


77.05 




37.51 


370.74 


333.23 




27.33 


1,262.25 


1,234.92 






1,192.08 


1,192.08 




9.42 


612.89 


622.31 


25.69 


2,983.44 
586.88 
720.72 


3,009.13 
600.18 

733.32 




13.30 








12.60 










' 15.99 


117.88 


133.87 


19.65 


1,016.20 

1,327.33 

2,997.43 

822.62 

370.84 

1,234.52 

4,375.24 

737.73 


1,035.85 

1,348.95 

3,067.39 

839.73 

371.64 

1,268.96 
4,398.71 




21.62 








69.96 








17.11 








0.80 








34.44 








23.47 










652.02 
5.63 




8,134.79 
217.49 




211.86 
467.65 




32.54 






435.11 


26.26 




1,250.93 

252.76 

194.27 

20.51 

122.38 

255.66 

7,086.81 

391.77 

606.13 

1,216.79 

766.93 
614.96 
699.33 
255.08 
699.72 

574.04 


1,277.19 

263.17 

194.49 

21.65 

124.63 

262.51 

7,170.50 

422.89 

632.21 

1,266.63 

761.68 
618.13 
700.03 

268.02 

704.84 

581.40 




10.41 








0.22 






1.14 








2.25 








6.85 








83.69 








31.12 








26.08 








49.84 










5.25 






3.17 






0.70 








12.94 








5.12 








7.36 








17.52 




193.41 
32.34 


175.89 




2.04 

17.87 
26.97 

58.45 






34.38 




536.03 
566.99 

434.47 
574.10 
865.35 
536.97 
733.62 


71.46 
540.02 

376.02 
588.14 
869.71 
545.05 

742 . 64 
















14.04 






. 4.36 








8.08 








9.02 

















64 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke township 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Ford City 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London . . 

London Railway Commission 

London township 

Louth township 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 



Tuly, 


1924 


July, 


1925 


Nov., 


1923 


Aug., 


1917 


June, 


1916 


Nov., 


1914 


June, 


1926 


Nov., 


1922 


Mar., 


1917 


May, 


1911 


Sept., 


1913 


Aug., 


1920 


Feb., 


1914 


July, 


1916 


Dec, 


1910 


Sept., 


1913 


Feb., 


1911 


Tuly, 


1916 


Nov., 


1923 


Jan., 


1917 


Feb., 


1911 


Dec, 


1916 


Oct., 


1924 


May, 


1911 


Feb., 


1924 


Nov., 


1923 


Jan., 


1911 


April, 


1915 


Nov., 


1925 


Nov., 


1923 


June, 


1916 


Jan., 


1911 


Aug., 


1914 


Jan., 


1925 


April, 


1925 


Feb., 


1915 


Nov., 


1915 


April, 


1920 


Dec, 


1922 


Nov., 


1920 


April, 


1913 


June, 


1916 


May, 


1912 


Sept., 


1911 


Mar., 


1918 



$ c 

480.07 

5.92 

2,055.83 



3,332.98 



7,233.34 

1,078.08 

11,872.43 



5,597.76 

10.60 

8,505.71 



1,730.87 
1,194.80 
1,570.13 

2,863.33 

703.77 

75.83 

6,841.89 

1,142.36 

1,899.66 

17,774.81 

1.067.38 



5,276.73 

688.38 



8.54 

423.42 
476.43 
108.51 
666.43 



747.47 
2,846.56 
1,271.50 

302.59 



$ c 



3.350 39 
821.42 



689.38 
397.19 



261.52 
38,953.91 



7,191.93 

45,409.21 

201.11 



981.23 
2,759.26 



$ c 



3.350.39 



689.38 
397.19 



40,731.18 



,191.93 
28.60 



981.23 
523.26 



$ c 

480.07 

5.92 

2,055.83 



3,332.98 



7,233.34 

1,078.08 

11,872.43 



5,597.76 

10.60 

8,505.71 



1,730.87 
1,194.80 
1,570.13 

2,863.33 

703.77 

75.83 

6,841.89 

1,142.36 

1,724.01 

17,774.81 

1,067.38 



5,188.92 
688.38 



8.54 

423.42 
476.43 
108.51 
666.43 



747.27 
2,846.56 
1,271.50 

302.59 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited | Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
10.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 

723.80 

193.43 

1,989.14 

2,004.40 

3,306.03 

488.16 

38.22 

12,386.55 

908.49 

4,280.24 

2,027.10 
965.81 

3,896.83 
638.05 

4,162.26 

1,659.91 

1,764.54 

792.85 

311.66 

1,031.56 

1,926.27 

399 . 20 

92.03 

4,566.35 
708.48 

2,097.88 
178.66 

1,034.03 
153.95 

4,488.25 

1,622.04 

3,875.55 


. $ c. 


$ c. 

734.65 

193.54 

2,033:37 

1,933.82 

3,371.27 


$ c. 


0.11 








44.23 










70.58 






65.24 








32.86 




366.12 






38.22 

12,511.79 

929.55 

4,484.52 

2,008.82 
957.06 

4,009.62 
638.23 

4,308.85 

1,387.93 

1,764.54 

824.15 

335.53 

1,068.00 

1,982.39 

412.67 

93.47 

4,694.74 

731.82 

2,321.83 
474.74 

1,058.98 
153.95 

4,698.72 

1,634.63 
3,732.11 




125.24 








21.06 








204.28 










18.28 

8.75 












112.79 






0.18 








146.59 










10.46 
1,777.27 












31.30 






23.87 






36.44 








56.12 








13.47 








1.44 








128.39 








23 . 34 








48.30 








296.08 








24.95 
















122.66 








12.59 










143.44 

1,815.62 

8.04 








3,279.54 


50,475.77 




512.63 
29.64 

778.57 
735.39 
540.13 
721.01 


303.48 
29.79 

786.36 
744.23 
542.14 
733.52 


0.15 






7.79 








8.84 








2.01 








12.51 










20.86 
89.44 


1.98 


22 84 




123.85 
764.43 
2,053.23 
882.43 
103.21 




2,201.59 


12.94 




777.37 

2,107.20 

906.24 

109.35 


53.97 








24.51 








6.14 

















166 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 






NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 






Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Mount Brydges. . . 

Newbury 

New Hambourg. . . 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-Lake . . 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward .... 
Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie.. . . 
Port Dover 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown. ...... 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. . . . 

St. Clair Beach . . . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro township. 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford township 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 



Mar., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


Mar., 


1911 


April, 


1925 


Feb., 


1914 


Dec, 


1915 


Aug., 


1919 


May, 


1912 


Feb., 


1918 


Feb., 


1916 


July, 


1916 


Feb., 


1914 


May, 


1920 


May, 


1916 


Dec, 


1914 


Nov., 


1916 


Mar., 


1920 


Aug., 


1912 


Nov., 


1912 


Dec, 


1921 


April, 


1912 


Jan., 


1911 


Jan., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


June, 


1925 


Dec, 


1915 


Nov., 


1922 


Sept., 


1913 


Feb., 


1917 


April, 


1914 


Nov., 


1922 


Sept., 


1915 


Sept., 


1917 


May, 


1911 


April, 


1911 


Feb., 


1924 


Dec, 


1916 


Aug., 


1918 


Nov., 


1911 


Aug., 


1915 


Aug., 


1917 


Nov., 


1916 


Sept., 


1923 


Jan., 


1911 


Dec, 


1914 



S c 
665.37 



1,373.95 
3,733! 95 



231.32 



05 



1,794.12 
908.87 

1,715.37 
100.52 



17.40 

225.20 

2,549.69 

230.17 



274.84 

977.22 

2,474.91 

135.44 

415.12 



689.96 



1,141.45 

983.19 

9,920.54 

6,671.94 
5,194.68 



2,280.30 



!01.84 



1,252.67 

7,989.47 

912.40 



$ c 
48!81 



S c 
48.'81 



2,237.20 



22,461.45 

28.75 



22,461.45 
28.75 



234.72 
67.09 



234.72 
67.09 



401.04 
1,248.86 



401.04 
1,248.86 



2.76 
170.19 



2.76 
170.19 



855.51 



288.38 



4,808.61 
"389^68 



4,808.61 
"389^68 



1,344.28 
i',587^45 



1,344.28 
1,587 .'45 



233.92 



233.92 



* c 
665.37 



1,373.95 
3,733! 95 



231.32 



.05 






1,794.12 
908.87 

1.715.37 
100.52 



17.40 

225.20 

2,549.69 

230.17 



274.84 



2,474.91 
135.44 
415.12 



689.96 



1,141.45 
1,246.65 
9,920.54 

6,671.94 
5,194.68 



2,280.30 



101.84 



1,252.67 

7.089.47 

912.40 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



67 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDITOR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
15.40 


$ c. 


S c. 

538.23 

178.22 

837.99 

1,395.39 

8,250.23 


$ c. 


$ c. 
553.63 
177.35 
864.41 


$ c. 




0.87 






26.42 








89.49 




931.30 


69.56 




8,319.59 






661.71 
0.70 


1,613.10 
946.27 


2,274.81 
946 97 








4.38 


853.27 


857.65 






5.50 

1.51 


992.12 


997 62 




678.16 

1,282.96 
853.12 

1,016.54 
638.48 
538.00 

1,035.96 

527.11 

326.51 

49 . 43 

630.32 

1,436.30 

1,308.50 

494.89 


676.65 

1,299.50 
846.13 
993 . 00 

671.51 

555.23 

1,068.29 

529.01 

326.46 

46.44 

630.64 

1,440.50 

1,355.44 

499.19 




It). 54 






6.99 

23 . 54 












33 . 03 






17.23 








32.33 








1.90 










0.05 
2.99 










0.32 






4.20 








4n.94 








4.30 










24.86 


215.62 
364.40 


807.61 


5.06 






359.34 


18.21 




739.61 

5,001.63 

337.20 

354.05 


757.82 

5,044.48 

339.69 

361.28 




42.85 








2.49 








7.23 










88.52 


2,273.93 


2,362.45 


11.95 


640.10 


652.05 




6. 75 


10.49 


17 24 


24.92 


372.35 

1,779.93 

11,850.04 

11,998.92 
16,783.92 


397.27 

1,513.29 

11,996.80 

12,125.41 
16,878.41 




18.32 


21.50 






146.76 






126.49 








94 . 49 




" 2,037] 99* ' 






24.01 


2,062.00 


42.80 


1,723.43 


1,766.23 




29.58 


95.22 


124 80 


5 . 65 


1,785.90 
980.55 
440.28 

5,926.60 

3,460.85 


1,791.55 

973.73 

467.21 

6,073.69 

3,477.65 






6.82 






26.93 






147.09 








16.80 

















168 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Streetsville 


Nov. 
Aug., 
Nov. 
Nov., 
Feb., 

Oct., 
May, 
Mar., 
Jan., 
. April 

Aug., 
June, 
Aug., 

Nov., 
Feb., 

June, 

Nov., 
April 
Dec, 
Sept., 

Sept., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Ian., 

Feb., 

Oct., 

Dec, 

Jan., 

Nov., 

July, 

Nov., 
Sept., 

Nov., 

Nov., 

July, 

Sept., 

May, 

Jan., 
Dec, 
July, 
July, 
Mar., 


1913 
1923 
1916 
1922 
1914 

1915 
1922 
1914 
1921 
1915 

1911 
1911 
1913 
1914 
1915 

1921 
1911 
1915 
1910 
1917 

1917 
1916 
1917 
1911 
1924 

1914 
1914 
1911 
1916 
1925 

1923 
1917 

1923 
1922 
1926 
1922 
1924 

1923 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 


S c 
8,874.54 

894.39 
2,105.39 
1,146.24 

278 43 


$ c. 


$ c 
44.66 


$ c 


Sutton . . 




894 39 


Tavistock 






2,105 39 


Tecumseh 






1,146 24 


Thamesford 






278 43 


Thamesville 


1,308.69 






1.308.69 


Thedford 


632.75 

70.17 

1,964.77 


632.75 

70.17 

1,964.77 




Thorn dale 






Thorold. . 






Tilbury 


135.00 
3,584.10 


135 00 


Tillsonburg 






3 584 10 


Toronto 


160,123.87 
2,724.31 


160,123.87 
2,828.57 




Toronto township 






Walkerville 


21,642.02 
2,220.62 


21,042 02 


Wallaceburg 






2,220.62 


Wardsville. . . 


114.15 


114.15 




Waterdown 


867.57 


867.57 


Waterford 


2.33 


2.33 




Waterloo 


3,523.23 
1,010.71 


3,523.23 


Watford 






1,010.71 


Welland 


3,765.21 
187.89 
991.02 


215.51 
187.89 
991.02 




Welleslev 






West Lome 






Weston 


2,863.95 
2,184.08 


2,863.95 


Wheatley 






2,184 08 


Windsor 


8,115.66 
339.36 


8,115.66 
339.36 




Woodbridge 






Woodstock 


7,173.65 
747.33 


7,173.65 


Wyoming 






747.33 


York East township 


626.08 


626.08 




York North township 


281.91 
191.98 

3,466.80 


281.91 


Zurich 






191.88 


Rural Power Districts* 
Amherstburg 






• 


Aylmer 


1,909.93 


31.82 




Ayr 






Baden 




934.32 
371.97 






Barton 








Beamsville 


10,006.17 
9,480.43 

782.55 

176.47 

8,873.78 




410.31 


Belle River . . . 








Blenheim 




34.14 




Bolton . 






Bond Lake . . 




70.34 











*For townships included in rural power districts see "cost of power" and "rural operating' 
statements preceding. 



927 



HYRDO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
350.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 

350.38 

705.39 

1,732.70 

1,677.08 

946.37 

1,213.93 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,626.35 

722.15 
1,775.42 
1,696.93 

951.49 

1,242.30 


$ c. 


16.76 








42. 72 








19.85 








5 12 








28.37 










15.67 

1.36 

39 . 62 


322.20 


337.87 




504.76 


503 . 40 






323.19 


362.81 


2 51 


1,405.20 

3,003.71 
9,735.61 

480.72 

21,236.87 

970.54 

152.28 
1,610.38 

580 . 69 
1,231.34 

868 . 3 1 

3.570.07 

51.84 

709.07 

3,167.51 

1,556.31 

40,052.57 

65 . 56 

7,850.12 

410.17 

4,880.38 

771.49 
1,286.14 

1.313.14 
1.478.05 


1,407.71 

3,076.92 

6,962.59 

510.34 

21,611.59 

1,011.91 

149.67 
1,626.48 

580 . 65 
1,296.20 

888.73 




73.21 








2,773.02 

74.64 












374.72 






41.37 










2.61 






10. 10 








0.04 






64 86 






20.42 










148.02 

3.97 

20.01 




127 65 






47.87 

689 . 06 

3,220.86 

1,604.71 

39,874.70 

58.87 

7,980.62 

427.52 

4,868.03 

776.83 
1,289.77 

4,918.61 










53.35 






48 40 










177.87 
6.69 












130.50 






1 7 . 3.5 










12.35 






5.34 






3 . 63 








138.67 










75.13 




475 19 




124.59 




124 59 




37.37 
14.88 


562 . 84 




408 85 




446 . 65 




833 50 


393 36 


4,201.74 

2,788.85 

1,064.37 

147.89 

13,105.15 


14,190.96 

12,648.50 

1,913.72 

331.42 

22,407.03 




379.22 








32.66 








7.06 








357.76 

















70 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Bothwell 


Dec, 1923 
Nov., 1923 
Oct., 1922 
Oct., 1925 
May, 1922 

July, 1922 
Oct., 1922 
Dec, 1921 
Aug., 1922 
Jan., 1922 

Feb., 1926 
June, 1926 
Jan., 1926 
Nov., 1924 
Nov., 1922 

Oct., 1922 
Nov., 1924 
June, 1925 
Nov., 1924 
Jan., 1925 

Oct., 1925 
Nov., 1923 
Oct., 1922 
May, 1922 
Mar., 1924 

Nov., 1923 
Mar., 1924 
Nov., 1922 
Tune, 1926 
"Feb., 1922 

Dec, 1922 
Jan., 1925 
Dec, 1925 
Jan., 1924 
Mar., 1924 

Jan., 1922 
Mav, 1925 
Dec, 1925 
Aug., 1923 
April, 1922 

Mar., 1922 
Nov., 1922 
Aug., 1923 
Feb., 1922 
July, 1922 


$ c. 


$ c 
39 . 98 


$ c 


$ c. 


Brampton ... 


95.32 

7,632.33 






Brant 






74 32 


Caledonia 


20.25 






Chatham 


8,948.27 






Chippawa 


1,251.56 






Delaware 


6,594.75 

16,502.70 

4,268. 4f 

4,703.47 


3.91 
66.23 

18.18 




Dorchester 






Drumbo 






Dundas 






Dutton 








Elmira 










Elora 






92 . 93 




Essex 


1,158.04 
5,604.66 

1,299.12 
499 . 34 

853. 5G 








Exeter 




28.08 




Gait 






Georgetown 








Goderich 








Grantham 


5,084.85 








Guelph 


221.52 






Haldimand 


102.28 


3.12 




Harrow . . 


101.77 




Ingersoll 


171.84 
1,023.89 
2,796.29 

9,817.76 

2,856.49 

17,298.05 






Jordan 








Keswick 




66. 8C 
66.40 




Kingsville 






Lansing 






London 




16.84 




Lucan 






Lvnden 


2,039.07 

5,702.08 
244.19 








Markham 








Milton 






54 29 


Mitchell 








Mount Jov ... . 


293.01 




22.41 
16.59 

16. 60 

77.72 




Newmarket 


400.83 




Niagara 


6,538.93 
180.02 




Norwich 






Oil Springs 






Petrolia 




74.34 






Preston 


15,018.91 

10,611.86 
4,480.78 

10,047.75 
6,901.31 

13,004.42 




1 305 00 


Ridgetown 








St. Jacobs 








St. Thomas 






• 


Saltfleet 








Sandwich 






21.60 


1 


■■"■! 







927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



17 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
theyecr ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


S e. 


$ c. 
1.60 


$ c. 


4 c. 
28.34 


$ c. 


$ c. 

69.92 


3.81 


450.40 

139.88 


549.53 
8,001.66 




303.77 










0.81 


76.32 


97.38 


357 93 


3,530.96 

734.08 
2,066.59 
2,617.85 

853.79 


12,837.16 






50.06 




567.54 


263 95 




8,929.20 

19,849.54 

5,311.90 

4,796.25 

77.22 

72.78 

484.99 

1,676.30 

7,037.15 

1,127.61 
989.96 
568.02 

6,435.89 




662.76 








171 47 








188 14 




95.36 








77.22 

72.78 

392.06 

471.94 

1,179.09 




















46.32 








225.32 








51.97 




223.48 
"319.62 




19.97 




470.65 




34 14 






203.39 




1,147.65 






8.86 


229.98 


460 . 36 


4.22 


755.52 

208.23 

6.68 


865.14 
102.39 
185.39 
794.15 
6,320.52 

13,700.80 

2,616.33 

33,463.96 

285.37 

2,754.73 

7,643.23 

514.90 

21.04 

519.49 

104.24 

12,047.75 
2,100.08 

725.52 






' ! 4.07 






6.87 






W. 96 




270.70 




114.51 




3,342.92 
3,421.27 




395.37 








114.26 




354.42 




692 . 60 




15,456.47 
285.37 
634.10 

1,713.07 

317.40 

21.04 

191.46 

503.85 

5,230.00 
1,832.03 

725.52 












81.56 








228.08 








7.60 
















12.61 










15.37 






262.22 






10.31 


















2.97 


280.06 


357 37 


494.27 


3,466.24 

2,725.45 
1,910.36 
4,000.11 
2,333.10 
9,173.17 


17,674.42 

13,761.78 
6,570.37 

14,449.77 
9,510.46 

22,674.42 




424.47 








179.23 








401.91 








276.05 








518.43 

















172 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Sarnia 


June, 1923 
Dec, 1923 
Nov., 1922 
Mar., 1922 
Julv, 1924 
Nov., 1922 
April 1923 
Dec, 1923 
Dec, 1923 
Tan., 1923 
Nov., 1924 
Oct., 1922 
Nov., 1923 
April, 1922 
Jan., 1923 
Feb., 1922 


$ c 
5,087.08 
1,121.14 

774.60 
4,246.48 
2,324.16 

304.08 
1,855.33 

248.26 


$ c 


$ c 
99.60 
10.96 
41.63 


$ c. 


Scarboro 






Simcoe 






Stamford . 






Stratford 








Streetsville 








Tavistock 








Tilbury 




11.07 




Tillsonburg 


449.21 


824.62 


Wallaceburg 


8,590.73 
162.71 
457.46 






Walton 








Waterdown 








Waterford 


943.55 
411.52 


144.82 
40.04 
56.44 




Welland 






Wood bridge .... 


4,145.00 
19,843.69 




Woodstock 














Totals 




493,350.91 


352,351.31 


284.261.54 


232.845.85 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $6,672,910.86 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1925 $721,876.08 

Less amounts transferred to maintenance. . . . 186,874.62 

535,001 46 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of 
power delivered to them 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within 
Rural Power Districts 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with sundry companies 

Charges included in cost of power to Hydro radial railways 

Renewals reserve created in respect of lines purchased and 
transferred to rural power districts, less amount of 
reserve set up on lines sold 

Renewals reserve provided on second hand equipment 
purchased 

Additional reserves provided in respect of certain rural 
power districts for year 1925 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 
credit of the account 



$661,024.18 

54,146.52 

236,591,83 
10,125.81 

12,221.30 

4,546.57 

330 42 

237,994.85 



$6,137,909 40 



1,216,981.48 



S7 



354,890.88 
72,633 . 14 



Deduct expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 

Balances carried forward October 31, 1926 $7,282,257. 74 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM— Continued CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 3i, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
207.47 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,438.21 

84.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,832.36 
1,261.43 
466.09 
3,632.54 
4,104.54 


* c 


45.29 








32.64 




382.78 
783.80 




169.86 








92.97 




1,687.41 




12.16 




436.44 
134.21 


120.20 


74.21 






1,795.33 
483.35 

4,537.13 

11,341.07 

356.03 

1,528.75 




10.37 




213.65 
5,861.91 
2,406.71 

186.81 
1,052.99 






50.95 






343 . 63 






6.51 








18.30 










34.33 
15.98 


156.44 


989.50 




12,930.84 
2,606.57 
4,663.16 


12,543.39 

6,976.07 

25,300.60 




168.06 






793.75 
















14,712.81 


9,413.95 


441,022.68 


19,795.96 


699,289.87 


80,349.00 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1926 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 $946,106. 50 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies as at 

that date 1,335,001 . 34 

$2,281,107.84 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of 

power delivered to them $687,614. 10 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 13,536. 63 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with sundry customers who purchased power.. . . 374,194.95 
Charges included in cost of power to Hydro radial railways 8,371.53 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 85,900 . 32 

1,169,617.53 

$3,450,725.37 

Deduct : 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 • 71,458.79 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $3,379,266.58 



174 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1926 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 



Acton 

Agincourt .... 
Ailsa Craig. . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg, . 

Ancaster twp . 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp . . . 

Beachville .... 
Belle River . . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton .... 
Brantford .... 
Brantford twp . 
Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 
Caledonia .... 
Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa .... 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Courtright .... 
Dashwood .... 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 

Dutton 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 
Exeter 



9 years 

2' " 

6 " 
3 " 
9 " 

3 " 

3 " 

7 " 
9 " 

3 " 

9 " 

4 " 
6 " 
3 " 
6 " 

6 " 
10 " 

7 " 

3 " 

4 " 

3 " 

6 " 

5 " 
9 " 
2 " 

2 " 

6 " 

5 " 

3 " 

7 " 

6 " 

3 " 

4 " 

6 " 

7 " 

3 " 

6 " 

7 " 

4 " 
10 " 

3 * 

6 " 

8 " 

7 " 
7 " 

3 " 

2 " 

3 " 

4 " 

5 " 



Amount 



$ c 
11,820.06 

841.15 
4,319.14 
2,852.23 
8,576.91 

3,412.88 
7,237.58 
2,895.73 
8,331.03 
5,546.10 

11,514.81 
1,205.70 
7,988.89 
1,048.41 
4,961.86 

5,501.82 

35,118.82 

170,182.34 

3,046.01 

2,555.13 

1,562.86 
2,761.08 
1,078.51 
4,031.78 
132.82 

1,008.51 
83,243.38 

3,109.01 

715.65 

10,109.17 

4,773.09 
759.87 

1,805.84 
561.73 

1,389.92 

2,126.79 
6,368.14 
1,252.58 
1,127.99 
35,318.46 

9,809.33 
4,122.58 
16,754.40 
8,557.59 
2,656.72 

441.36 

101.47 

5,074.12 

22,417.31 

8,335.70 



Municipality 



Fergus 

Fonthill 

Ford City 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 

London twp 

Louth twp 

Lucan 

Lyriden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell . 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. . . 

Newbury , . 

New Hamburg. . . . 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-Lake. . 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 



/ years 

1 " 

4 " 

4 " 
10' " 

8 " 

3 " 

7 " 

5 " 
10 " 

8 " 
10 " 

5 " 

3 " 

5 " 

10 " 

5 " 
3 « 

10 " 

3 " 

3 " 

10 " 

6 " 

1 " 
3 " 

5 " 
10 " 

7 " 

2 " 

2 " 

6 " 
6 " 

3 " 
3 " 
5 " 



9 " 

10 " 

3 " 

6 " 

3 " 

10 " 

2 " 

7 « 

6 " 

3 " 
9 " 
3 " 

5 " 



Amount 



$ c 

8,876.10 

117.08 

29,001.22 

4,967.27 

121,362.26 

21,853.00 

3,111.92 

27,053.00 

1,875.17 

140,786.00 

17,475.84 

585,988.88 

7,253.13 

2,384.61 

2,727.60 

17,867.38 
. 2,173.48 

1,594.97 
39,920.38 

1,874.90 

6,767.65 

253,840.54 

1,780.14 

478.30 

8,856.48 

13,854.35 

474,770.09 

36,611.80 

976.01 

133.25 

6,237.84 
4,160.68 
2,768.04 
2,151.33 
8,556.76 

28,714.05 

11,218.31 

23,661.62 

9,993.36 

1,193.27 

1,268.21 

730.87 

11,702.94 

5,750.75 
81,953.91 

110,417.42 
5,051.76 
9,803.00 

5,858.41 
1,579.57 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



NIAGARA SYSTEM —Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1926 



Municipality 


Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 


Amount 


Municipality 


Period of 
vears ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 


Amount 


Palmerston . . . 


5 

7 
3 

5 
7 

i 

5 

9 

5 
3 

.0 

7 
3 
2 

6 
4 
8 
4 

5 

4 

6 

4 

10 

10 

3 
5 
3 

10 
6 

4 

5 

3 

10 

7 

7 
3 
5 
4 
7 

6 
3 
7 
4 
6 

10 

10 

8 

7 
6 


vears 

a 
a 
tt 

u 

tt 
ti 

a 
a 
u 

u 
a 

u 

a 
a 

it 
ti 
a 
u 
ti 

ti 
ti 

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it 
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ti 
u 
a 
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ti 
a 
u 
tt 
tt 


$ c. 

7,857.11 
25,861.87 

2,970.17 
22,221.97 

2.162.98 

9,341.30 

13,458.73 

■ 5,964.13 

4.737.27 

3,007.84 

9,052.55 
60,809.71 
1,332.14 
1,211.95 
1,121.83 

8,413.87 
7,450.86 
2,573.85 
2,226.43 
90,518.15 

918.31 

2,665.18 

2,284.01 

29,383.82 

101,820.28 

25,455.22 
108,469.63 
17,773.47 
18,028.08 
13,704.85 

1,508.63 
13,696.13 

1,920.74 

123,640.99 

17,920.97 

11,119.98 
1,427.54 
8,240.28 
2,480.04 
3,921.11 

3,254.51 

1,463.31 

2,314.83 

10,170.53 

8,225.88 

19,725.81 

3,387,357.74 

13,023.82 

129,365.31 

30,765.91 


Wardsville.... 


3 ye&rs 

10 " 

6 " 
10 " 

4 " 

4 " 

5 " 
5 " 

10 " 
3 " 

7 " 
7 " 

10 " 
5 " 

2 « 

3 " 

4 " 

4 " 

4 " 

ICTS* 

3 years 

5 " 
1 " 
5 " 

3 " 

4 " 

4 " 
3 " 
3 " 
3 " 

3 " 

3 " 

5 " 

2 " 
5 " 

5 " 

4 " 

5 " 
5 " 
5 " 

1 " 
1 " 

1 " 

2 " 
4 « 


S c. 
453 84 


Paris 


Waterdown 


5,979 06 


Parkhill . . 


Waterford 


5,636.85 

53,260.11 

3,348.00 

52,649.93 
4,293.07 
6,913.73 

47,402.65 
1,231.23 

331,368.03 

6,686.02 

74,074.69 

1,636 64 


Petrolia . . 


Waterloo 


Phttsville. 


Watford 


Point Edward . 


Welland 


Port Colborne. . 


Wellesley 


Port Credit 


West Lome 




Weston 




Wheatley 


Port Stanlev 


Windsor 


Preston 

Princeton. 


Woodbridge 

Woodstock 


Queenston 


Wyoming 


Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 


York East twp 

York North twp 

Zurich 


13,536.73 
4,804.37 




2,689.72 


Rockwood 


Toronto & York Ry . . 
Sandwich W. & A. Ry 

Rural Power Distr 

Amherstburg 

Aylmer 

Avr 


Rodney 


59,893.07 


St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 


10,866.27 


St. Jacobs 




St. Mary's 




St. Thomas 




Sandwich 


5,335.95 


Sarnia 


1,089.13 


Scarboro twp 


24 75 


Baden 


1,223.49 




Barton 


411.63 




Beamsville 


6,084.40 


Stamford twp 

Stouffville 


Belle River 


2,501.25 
291.65 


Blenheim 


Stratford 

Strathroy 


Bolton 


249 27 


Bond Lake 


2,967.26 
132.97 


Bothwell 


Sutton 

Tavistock 


Brampton 


150 29 


Brant 


1,662.22 
S3 13 


Caledonia 




Chatham 


2,546.28 

1,852.66 

1,784.42 

4,016.59. 

925 39 


Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 


Chippawa 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drumbo 


Dundas 

Dutton 

Elmira . . 


2,469.64 


Tillsonburg 


54.61 




44 15 


Toronto twp 

Walkerville 


Elora 

Essex 

Exeter 


907.77 
1,786.88 


Wallaceburg 


1,600.23 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "cost of power" and "rural operating" 
statements preceding. 



176 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1926 



Rural power district 



Gait 

Georgetown 
Goderich . . . 
Grantham . . 
Guelph 

Haldimand. 

Harrow 

Ingersoll . . . 

Jordan 

Keswick 

Kingsville . . 
Lansing .... 
London .... 

Lucan 

Lynden .... 

Markham . . 

Milton 

Mitchell.... 
Mount Joy . 
Newmarket . 

Niagara. . . . 
Norwich. . . . 
Oil Springs . 
Petrolia 
Preston 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 



5 years 

1 " 

2 " 
2 " 
2 " 

2 " 

3 " 

5 " 

5 " 

3 " 

3 " 

3 " 

4 " 
1 " 



Amount 



$ c 
560.16 
169.29 
468 . 39 
4,598.91 
390.5 

186.52 
190.56 
146.15 
897.92 
1,705.74 

6,728 42 

795.54 

8,080.70 

56.68 

1.333.72 

1,199.55 

70.40 

361.38 

104.61 

431.17 

3,360.04 

4,053.03 

174.52 

172.60 

5,719.21 



Rural power district 



Ridgetown. . 
St. Jacobs. . 
St. Thomas 
Saltfleet 
Sandwich . . 



Sarnia . . . 
Scarboro . 
Simcoe . . 
Stamford 
Stratford. 



Streetsville . 
Tavistock. . 
Tilbury .... 
Tillsonburg. 
Wallaceburg 



Walton 

Waterdown . 
Waterford . . 
Welland . . . . 
Wood bridge 



Wood stock 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1926 



5 years 
4 ' " 



Amount 



$ c. 
2,139.98 
1,982.91 
3,485.55 
8,361.87 
8,308.74 

2,184.20 

286.46 

565.41 

1,214.27 

1,892.52 

70.74 
705.08 

73.80 
4,480.02 
2,169.31 

141.73 

1,838.86 

566.18 

10,699.63 

3,685.58 

4,986.82 



7,932,626.28 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMM ISSION [77 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund Reserve, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1925 $7,25 \ 284. 69 

Le9s: 

Interest set up in excess in 1925 now reversed $4,000.00 

Sinking fund on certain transmission lines sold to munici- 
palities less amounts transferred from rural lines 3,231.48 

Reduction occasioned by the revision of sinking fund rates 

to a basis of 40 vears 1,202,293 . 76 

1,209,525.24 

$6, 04 J, 7 59. 45 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1926, in respect of: 

Advances by the Province for construction of transmission 

lines and stations $310,874.68 

Advances by the Province for rural power districts 14,559. 51 

Advances by the Province for construction of pipe line to 

Ontario Power Generating Station 36,926. 92 

Advances by the Province for construction of Queenston 

development 803,030. 72 

Bonds issued and assumed by the Commission in connection 

with the purchase of the properties of the Ontario 

Power Companv, Toronto Power Company, Essex 

System and Thorold 481,727.67- 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the 

credit of the reserve accounts 241 .747 . 33 

1.388.866.83 

$7,932,626.28 



178 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

Rural Lines for the year ending October 31, 1926 



Lines operated b} 



Ancaster township . 

Both well 

Brampton 

Etobicoke township 
Louth township. . . 

Lucan 

Milton 

Scarboro township . 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Totals 



Capital 
cost 



$ c. 

5,734.6^ 

6,571.84 

588.87 

54,608.68 

2,771.19 

333.26 

15,909.84 

4,521.25 

5,062.60 

19,617.60 



115,719.75 



Interest 



8 c. 
235.12 
352.91 

32.62 

2,984.09 

154.63 

17.03 
789.13 
278.96 
248.57 
823.94 



5,917.00 



Sinking 
fund 



$ c. 
103.22 
547.43 

10.60 
982.96 

49.88 

6.00 

286.38 

81.38 

91.12 

353.12 



2,512.09 



Renewals 



$ c. 
114.69 



11.78 

55.42 

6.67 

318.20 

90.43 



392.35 



989.54 



Contin- 
gencies 



$ c. 
28.6; 



2.94 

13. '86 

1.67 
79.55 
22.61 



98.09 



247.39 



Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 



$ c. 
481.70 
900.34 
57.94 
3,967.05 
273.79 

31.37 

1,473.26 

473.38 

339.69 

1,667.50 



9,666.02 



GEORGIAN BAY 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under Sections 6c and 23 of the Act 

Power purchased .•••;•. : ■•.••.■• $1,960.88 

Costs of operating and maintaining the generating plants, transmission 

lines, stations, etc., including the proportion of administrative 

expense chargeable to the operation of the system 232,040. 13 

Interest on capital invested 2 19,972 . 54 

Provision for renewal of generating plant, lines and stations, etc 65,136. 14 

Provisions for contingencies: 

By charges against municipalities and rural power districts $35,897.01 

Bv charges against contracts with private companies 3,694.72 

■ 39,591.73 

Provisions for sinking fund: 

By charges against municipalities and rural power districts $47,293.81 

By charges against contracts with private companies which pur- 
chase power 4,242.95 

51,536.76 

$610,238.18 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 
Operating Account for Year ending October 31, 1926. 

Power purchased from the Commission. $8,927.47 

Costs of operating and maintaining transmission lines and equipment 6,313. 19 

Interest on capital investment 3,474.03 

Provision for renewal of lines and equipment 2,506.58 

Provision for contingencies 626 . 64 

Provision for sinking fund for repayment of cash advances 795.67 



$22,643.58 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



NIAGARA RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed, thereon, to October 31, 1926 



Lines operated by 



Ancaster township . 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Etobicoke township 
Louth township 

Lucan 

Milton 

Scarboro township . 

Waterloo 

Welland 



Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1926 



13 years 
11 " 
9 " 
11 " 



7 

13 
9 

13 
14 



Amount 



$ 

1,557.58 

5,957.55 

115.15 

12,150.73 

539.10 

47.39 

889.64 

1,305.23 

1,183.88 

5,945.93 



29.692.18 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1926 



Revenue for period 



Collected from municipalities. . . . 
Power sold to private companies. 



$663,185.45 
48,909.16 

$712,094.61 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sum 

required to be paid by them for power supplied in the period $102,932.53 



Less: 



Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference between 

sums paid and the cost of power supplied to them in the period 1,076. 10 



101,856.43 



$610,238.18 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

For detail report see pages 184 and 185 

Revenue collected from rural power districts 

Add: 

Deficit on operation of certain rural power districts $797.32 

Deduct: 

Surplus on operation of certain rural power districts 3,455.72 



$25,301.98 



2,658.40 
$22,643.58 



180 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Municipality 



Alliston. . . 
Arthur.. . . 
Barrie. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton 



Bradford . . . 
Brechin .... 
Cannington 
Chatsworth 
Chesley. . . . 



Coldwater. 
Collingwood 
Cookstown. 
Creemore. . . 
Dundalk. . . . 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 
Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst. . 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . . 
Kincardine. . . 



Kirkfield. 
Lucknow. 
Markdale 
Meaford. 
Midland. 



Mount Forest. 

Xeustadt 

Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound . . 
Paisley 



Interim rates 
per 

horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 

during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1926 



Penetanguishene 
Port McNicoll . . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 



$ c 
60.00 



28.00 
50 . 00 
75.00 



55.00 
50.00 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



35.00 
33.00 
58.00 
55.00 
43.00 

38.00 
31.00 
50.00 



72.00 



36.00 



70.00 



55.00 



60.00 
26.00 

58 . 00 
45.00 
60.00 

80.00 

27.00 
28.00 



65.00 
80.00 



$ c 
75.00 
98.00 
33.00 
45.00 
85.00 

84.00 
85.00 
52.00 
53.00 
50.00 

41.00 
42.00 
65.00 
65.00 
40.00 

36.00 
36.00 
52.00 
55.00 
70.00 

25. 0C 
40.00 
90.00 
27.00 
72.00 

65.00 
75.00 
39.00 
50.00 
28.00 

58.00 
55.00 
55.00 
35.00 
70.00 

38.00 
35.00 
70.00 
85 . 00 
95.00 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



$ c. 
81,791.28 
66,532.88 
340,851.33 
45,248.53 
63,317.04 

79,407.71 

17,788.38 

34,894.25 

10,724.33 

107,228.04 

29,442.17 
352,261.03 
19,806.86 
34,245.66 
32,203.34 

100,760.18 
46,942.75 
15,381.59 
18,819.04 
38,533.12 

52,136.05 
218,623.50 

12,609.87 
180,427.43 
142,052.42 

11,540.04 
65,823.32 
26,174.88 
85,834.01 
763,257.68 

88,430.06 

44,326.45 

113,438.29 

450,965.10 

38,110.69 

138,290.84 

17,417.48 

56,288.72 

6,898.63 

34,055 . 29 



150.7 

111 

1,438.9 

164.9 

95.9 

132.0 
46.6 

115.7 
33 . 

323.3 

100 

1,193.8 

44.4 

80.5 

129.2 

423.1 

192.2 

43.7 

61.1 

85.7 

378.5 

752.9 

11.9 

1,046.1 

244.5 

21.8 

106.0 

103.4 

238.5 

3,793.8 

259.0 



Cost of 
power to 
Commis- 
sion 



75 

311 

1,857 



78.5 

542.9 
74.6 

118.6 
12.7 
42.5 



$ c 
17.51 
12.99 
167.14 
19.16 
11.14 

15.33 
5.41 

13.44 
3.83 

37.56 

11.71 

138.68 

5.16 

9.35 

15.01 

49.15 

22.33 

5.08 

7.10 

9.96 



Share of operating costs 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



87.45 
1.38 
5.36 

28.40 

2.53 

12.31 

12.01 

27.71 

440.70 

30.09 
8.82 

36.21 

215.72 

9.12 

63.07 
8.67 

13.78 
1.48 
4.94 



$ c 

3,190.55 

2,594.26 

15,991.20 

• 2,599.32 

2,115.63 

2,705.73 
948.45 

1,793.19 
812.31 

4,907.29 

1,487.04 

16,573.23 

823 . 20 

1,671.26 

2,001.65 

5,350.25 

2,719.73 

859.92 

1,250.15 

1,708.77 

4,995.35 

9,039.71 

377.34 

12,398.33 

4,935.70 

419.85 

2,507.80 

1,573.56 

2,902.30 

35,066.58 

3,706.58 
1,257.77 
5,141.37 
18,618.15 
1,762.92 

5,751.93 
737.16 

2,170.18 
235.08 

1,151.10 



$ c. 
3,628.63 
2,908.15 
14,292.74 
1,848.07 
2,818.65 

3,539.80 
726.83 

1,420.19 
454.55 

4,607.47 

1,243.0 

14,643.49 

871.12 

1,473.52 

1,352.15 

4,195.01 

1,954.13 

671.47 

801.47 

1,676.17 

2,318.30 
9,177.54 
559 . 46 
8,089.10 
6,353.88 

506.21 

2,948.69 

1,107.81 

3,778.19 

31,675.24 

3,781.46 
1,960.82 
4,906.95 
18,910.72 
1,695.81 

5,587.33 
730.88 

2,460.71 
307 . 99 

1,533.63 



Renewals 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Section 23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926. 



and fixed charges 



Contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 



Companies 
Balances 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

section 23 

of Act . 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
436.58 
342 . 33 
2,931.69 
356.56 
303.37 

405.81 
118.98 
260.93 
82.93 
754.28 

233.92 
2,659.71 
122.23 
206.05 
275.62 

881.82 
405.50 
110 62 
167.41 
229.89 

564.77 

1,730.79 

49.76 

1,701.92 

738.79 

62.72 

337.59 

246.02 

566 94 

7,291.57 

607 31 
230 20 
759.68 
3,841.47 
213.34 

1,145 06 

156 38 

315 49 

46 46 

154 51 



837 
683 



3,365.63 



450. 
651. 



815.60 
178.74 
346.20 
107.79 
1,078.66 

294.32 
3,523.36 
201.67 
348.07 
318.98 

986.11 
464.37 
155.15 

188.65 
392 . 40 

544.21 
2,184.62 

130.93 
1,892.73 
1,457.66 

118.09 
676.58 
259.52 
866.69 
7,425.26 

890.06 

454.91 

1,145.95 

4,459.31 

389.06 

1,366.20 

171.55 

565 . 47 

70.67 

351.98 



$ c 
9,428.12 
7,635.06 
40,523.09 
5,830.08 
6,964.07 

8,791.22 
2,233.12 
4,281.02 
1,606.09 

12,845.81 

3,645.63 
42,058.59 
2,326.65 
4,222.89 
4,334.20 

12,565.54 
6,098 . 38 
2,017.42 
2,628.20 
4,606.57 

8,936.40 
24,999.66 

1,345.89 
26,155.61 
15,838.20 

1,294.04 
7,575.17 
3,469.74 
9,354.05 
89,100.23 

10,234.82 

4,638.47 

13,599.62 

51,136.40 

4,666.39 

15,520.74 

1,994.75 

6,380.87 

772.79 

3,787.36 



S c 
17.66 
13.10 
168.65 
19.33 
11.24 

15.47 
5.46 

13.56 
3.87 

37.89 

11.81 

139.92 

5.20 

9.44 

15.14 

49.59 

22.53 

5.12 

7.16 

10.04 

44.36 

88.25 

1.39 

122.65 

28.66 

2.55 

12.42 

12.12 

27.95 

444 . 66 

30 . 36 
8.90 

36.53 

217.67 

9.20 

63 . 63 
8.74 

13.90 
1.49 
4.98 



$ c 
9,445.78 
7,648.16 
40,691.74 
5,849.41 
6,975.31 

8,806.69 
2,238.58 
4,294.58 
1,609.96 
12,883.70 

3,657.44 
42,198.51 
2,331.85 
4,232.33 
4,349.34 

12,615.13 
6,120.91 
2,022.54 
2,635.36 
4,616.61 

8.980.76 
25,087.91 

1,347.28 
26,278.26 
15,866.86 

1,296.59 
7,587.59 
3,481.86 
9,382.00 
89,544.89 

10,265.18 

4,647.37 

13,636.15 

51,354.07 

4,675.59 

15,584.37 

2,003.49 

6,394.77 

774.28 

3,792.34 



$ c 

10,922.23 

10,961.26 

46,154.76 

7,556.73 

7,950.7 

11,091.50 
3,960.26 
6,085.78 
1,730.98 

16,164.41 

4,017.38 
48,382.22 
2,835.61 
5,098.48 
5,249.28 

15,366.58 
6,760.38 
2,258.26 
3,357.71 
6,031.34 

9,463.19 
29,659.84 

1,066.50 
28,245.06 
17,525.05 

1,368.55 

7,952.47 

4,033.87 

12,332.74 

104,846.84 

15,019 64 

3,852.05 
17,429 56 
64,999.03 

5,628.82 

19,619.60 
2,513.15 
8,304.30 
1,036.21 
3,936.98 



$ c 
1.476.45 
3,313.10 
5.463.02 
1,707.32 
975.46 

2.284.81 
1,721.68 
1,791.20 
121.02 
3,280.71 

359.94 
6,183. 
503 . 76 
866.15 
899.94 

2,751.45 
639.47 
235.72 
722.35 

1,414.73 



$ 



482.43 
4,571.93 



1,966.80 
1,658.19 

71.96 

364.88 

552.01 

2,950.74 

15,301.95 

4,754.46 



3,793.41 

13,644.96 

953 . 23 

4,035.23 
509 . 66 

1,909.53 
261.93 
144.64 



280.78 



795.32 



182 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 






Municipality 



Shelburne. . 
Stayner. . . . 
Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater. . 



Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 
Waubaushene. . . 



Wingham. 
Woodville 



Interim rates 
per 

horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 

during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1926 



$ c. 



38.00 

50.00 
85.00 



40.00 
40.00 

59.00 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



$ c. 
45.00 
45 . 00 
75.00 
93.00 
58.00 

90.00 
96.00 
73.00 
45.00 
45.00 

71.00 

65.00 



Rural Power Districts — 

Barrie — Oro and Innisfail 

twps 

Cannington D 1 — Brock and 

Eldon twps 

Cannington D 2 — Brock twp. 

Elmvale — Flos twp 

Fleshertcn — Artemesia twp. . 
Georgina — Georgina twp. . . . 
Mariposa — Mariposa and 

Brock twps 

Markdale — Artemesia twp.. . 
Xottawasaga — Nottawasaga 

twp 

Port Perry — Reach twp 

Shelburne — Melancthon twp. 
Sparrow Lake — Rama, Oril- 

lia and Morrison twps. . . . 
Stayner — Xottawasaga, Sun- 

nidale and Flos twps 

Tara — Derby twp 

Uxbridge — Uxbridge and 

Reach twps 

Walkerton Quarry — Brant 

twp 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts. 
Totals — Companies 



Non-operating capital 
Grand Totals. . . . 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



$ c. 
63,947.18 
39,000.11 
23,897.86 
42,159.00 
71,694.42 

15,276.68 
42,146.37 
57,732.14 
18,485.13 
10,138.50 

160,550.06 
20,479.51 



7,495.39 

4,880.32 
6,004.13 
3,329.25 
1,353.60 

857.76 

19,231.51 
1,191.30 

5,849.60 
2,048.49 
1,025.86 

7,308.70 

12,446.88 
432.64 

1,858.79 

582.27 



4,648,389.22 

75,896.49 

429.874.03 



5,154,159.74 
2,445.74 



5,156,605.48 



212.5 

137.1 

53.2 

49.8 

157.3 

24.3 

49.8 

116.4 

63.5 
38.9 

252.4 
46.8 



29.3 

12.7 

15.1 

9.6 

3.4 

1.9 

51.5 
5.0 

18.2 

5.. 2 
2.1 

29.4 

36.8 


4.3 

1.0 



16,240.2 

226.3 

1,792.1 



18,258.6 



Cost of 
power to 
Commis- 
sion 



$ c. 

24.69 

15.93 
6.18 
5.79 

18.27 

2.82 
5.79 
13.52 
7.38 
4.52 

29.32 

5.44 



3.40 

1.48 
1.75 
1.12 
0.39 
0.22 

5.98 
0.58 

2.11 
0.60 
0.24 

3.42 

4.27 
0.09 

0.50 

0.12 



1,726.44 

26.27 

208.17 



1,960.88 



Share of operating costs 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses. 



$ c. 
3,453.32 
2,356.01 

922.28 
1,369.81 
2,848.52 

474.60 
1,298.88 
2,143.29 
1,178.60 

717.52 

4,774.70 
812.49 



363.12 

182.50 
218.03 

175.24 
52.25 
44.84 

981.13 
54.52 

243 . 95 

74.71 
27.56 

410.55 

577.79 
17.35 

68.16 

33.30 



209,201.91 

3,525.00 

19,313.22 



Interest 



Renewals 



$ c. 
2,737.21 
1,631.20 
982.08 
1,888.84 
3,183.33 

680.96 

1,890.34! 

2,547.86 

775.49 

425.91 

7,191.58 
813.95 



311.89 

208.65 

258.53 

145.19 

57.64 

24.07 

827.69 
50.11 

242. 25| 
88.81 
41.35 

252.19 

485.68 
19.22 



82.12 
24.32 



198,266.09 

3,119.71 

18,586.74 



232,040.135 219.972.54 



$ c. 
829.40 
490.00 
360.64 
737.83 
1,101.09 

254.13 
737.59 
900.74 
232.99 
120. 4S 

2,676.98 
301.63 



84.27 

69.01 
86.96 
46.28 
18.01 

6.9S 

272.88 
11.61 

78 . 4S 
29.63 
14.11 

55.91 

149.57 
6.93 

27.80 

9.53 



59,374.81 

967.96 

4.793.37 



65.136.14 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Section 23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission— the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be Credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



and fixed charges 


Total 


Companies 
Balance 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment. 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
492.16 
302.63 
140.78 
187.45 
437.81 

82.66 


$ c. 
640.26 
389.31 
240.84 
436.17 
730.40 

157.08 
436.05 
585.74 
183.49 
100.70 

1,651.20 
203 . 64 

72.44 

48.50 
60.25 
33.56 
13.72 
5.50 

193.00 
11.76 

58.76 

20.58 

9.44 

' 57.60 

114.00 
4.41 

18.76 

5.97 


$ c. 
8,177.10 
5,185.08 
2,652.80 
4,625.89 
8,319.42 

1,652.25 
4,553.16 
6,507.26 
2,522.20 
1,456.83 

17,145.34 
2,257.79 

896.67 

541.27 
663 . 24 
426.57 
152.85 
85.86 

2,409.28 
140.29 

668.49 

227.02 

99.04 

837.88 

1,417.05 
50.36 

208.24 

76.83 


$ c. 

24.91 

16.07 

6.24 

5.84 
18.44 

2.85 
5.84 
13.64 
7.44 
4.56 

29.58 

5.48 

3.43 

1.49 
1.77 
1.13 
0.40 
0.22 

6.04 
0.59 

2.13 
0.61 
0.25 

3.45 

4.31 
0.09 

0.50 

0.12 


$ c. 
8,202.01 
5,201.15 
2,659.04 
4,631.73 
8,337.86 

1,655.10 
4,559.00 
6,520.90 
2,529.64 
1,461.39 

17,174.92 
2,263.27 

900.10 

542.76 
665.01 
427.70 
153.25 
86.08 

2,415^32 
140.88 

670.62 

227.63 
99.29 

841.33 

1.421.36 
50.45 

208.74 

76.95 


$ c 
9,506.35 
5,994.94 
3,986.86 
4,635.26 
8,925.90 

2,169.99 
4,777.60 
8,497.77 

' 2,797.72 
1,714.56 

17,440.25 
3,041.41 

900.10 

542.76 
665.01 
427.70 
153.25 
86.08 

2,415.32 
140.88 

670.62 

227.63 
99.29 


$ c. 

1,304.34 

793.79 

1,327.82 

3 53 

588^04 

514.89 

218.60 

1,976.87 

268.08 

253.17 

265.33 
778.14 


$ ;; c; 


184.51 




316.11 

144.25 

87.70 




821.56 
120.64 

61.55 




31.13 






37.72 






25.18 






10.84 






4.25 






128.60 






11.71 






42.94 






12.69' 






6.34 






58.21 


841.33 

1,421.36 
50.45 

208.74 

76.95 






85.74 






2.36 






10.90 






3.59 










35,363.26 
533.75 


46,565.56 

728.25 

4,242.95 


550,498.07 

8,900.94 

50,839.17 


1,903.48 

26.53 

(1,930.01) 


552,401.55 

8,927.47 

48,909.16 


654,257.98 

8,927.47 

48,909.16 


102,932.53 


1.076.10 


3,694.72 












39,591.73 


51,536.76 


610,238.18 




610,238.18 


712,094.61 















184 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 
Operating Report for Year 



Name of rural power district and 
townships included therein 


Total capital investment in each district 

and the amount of Government grant 

applied thereto 


Total cost of 

power for year 

as provided to 

be paid under 

section 23 

of Act* 


Total 


Government 
grant 


Balance 


Barrie — Oro and Innisfail townships. 
Beeton — Teeumseh township 


$ c. 

13,287.94 

565.44 

5,142.61 
7,610.21 
1,486.55 
3,148.77 
14,834.29 
331.45 

32,022.93 
1,297.41 

15,390.69 

1,088.36 

394.09 

4,299.65 

34,925.22 

28,224.62 

289.27 

1,884.81 

2,126.63 


$ c. 
6,643.97 

282.72 

2,349.96 
3,386.19 

743.28 
1,353.04 
7,417.15 

165.73 

16,011.46 
648.71 

7,695.34 
401.80 
197.04 

1,817.81 

17,462.61 


$ c. 

6,643.97 

282.72 

2,792.65 
4,224.02 

743.27 
1,795.73 
7,417.14 

165.72 

16,011.47 
648.70 

7,695.35 
686.56 
197.05 

2,481.84 

17,462.61 

28,224.62 

144.64 

1,163.75 

1,063.31 


$ c. 
900.10 


Cannington No. 1 — Brock and Eldon 
townships 


542 . 76 


Cannington No. 2 — Brock township. . 
Elmvale — Flos township 


665.01 
427 70 


Flesherton — Artemesia township .... 

Georgina — Georgina township 

Lucknow — Kinloss township 


153.25 
86.08 


Mariposa- — Reach, Mariposa and 

Brock townships 

Markdale — Artemesia township 

Nottawasaga — Nottawasaga twp 

Port Perry — Reach township 

Ripley — Kinloss township 


2,415.32 
140.88 
670.62 
227.63 


Shelburne — Melancthon township. . . 
Sparrow Lake — Rama Orillia \ and 
Morrison township 


99.29 
841.33 


Stayner — Nottawasaga, Sunnidale 
and Flos townships 


1,421.36 


Tara — Derbv township 


144.63 

721.06 

1,063.32 


50.45 


Uxbridge — \ Ixbridge and Reach twps . 
Walkerton Quarry.. . 


208.74 
76.95 






Totals 


168,350.94 


68,505.82 


99,845.12 


8,927.47 







*See "cost of power" table on preceding pages. 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

wients made and interest added during the year, also the net amount Credited 

October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 

charges, also 

adjustments made 

durinr the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Al list on 


June, 1918 
Dec, 1916 
April, 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Aug., 1918 

Oct., 1918 
Jan., 1915 
Nov., 1914 
Dec., 1915 
Julv. 1916 


$ c 


$ c. 

2,254.76 

3,023.05 

11,513.60 


$ c. 
66.68 
99.17 


$ c. 


Arthur.. 






Barrie 




2.49 


Beaverton .... 


1,295.23 




1,308.20 


Beeton 


1,561.28 
6,873.15 


92.11 
89.61 




Bradford . ... 






Brechin 


1 ,049 . 68 

937.26 

9.15 

2,731.60 


1,022.38 


Cannington. 






-926.63 


Chatsworth 




12.15 




Ghesley 


2,746.66 











1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



85 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 



Cost of 
operation, 
maintenance 
and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 

on 
capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Total 
cost - 


Revenue 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
772.08 


$ c. 

240.83 

1.60 

125.42 

192.09 

33.97 

81.85 

28.46 

8.19 

725.48 
29.93 

352.98 

29.41 

9.75 

92.36 

391.44 

1,022.16 

6.67 

52.89 

48.55 


$ c. 

208.84 

1.29 

100.38 

150.05 

29.46 

62.12 

24.68 

6.63 

629.10 
25.95 

306.09 

19.81 

7.88 

66.81 

339.44 

443.16 

5.78 

37.01 

42.10 


$ c. 

52.20 

0.32 

25.10 

37.52 

7.36 

15.53 

6.17 

1.66 

157.27 

6.49 

76.52 

4.96 

1.97 

16.70 

84.85 

110.79 

1.45 

9.25 

10.53 


$ c. 

54.98 

0.58 

28.64 

43.85 

7.75 

18.68 

6.50 

2.98 

165.61 
6.83 

80.58 
6.71 
3.54 

21.09 

89.36 

233.32 

1.52 

12.07 

11.08 


$ c. 

2,229.03 

3.79 

1,109.06 

1,424.44 

715.70 

492.73 

682.51 

19.46 

5,699.51 
257.03 

1,944.92 

521.33 

23.14 

430.97 

2,503.04 

3,849.94 

70.80 

454.71 

211.47 


$ c. 

2,169.48 

3.79 

1,325.81 

2,008.43 

859.85 

420.94 

182.71 

19.46 

5,601.35 
218.94 

2,506.56 

523.66 

23.14 

401.04 

2,763.81 

5,245.08 
159.14 
629.96 
238.83 


$ c. 


$ c. 
59.55 








286.76 
335.92 
209.46 
161.30 


216.75 
583.99 
144.15 


71.79 


530.62 




499 . 80 








1,606.73 




98.16 


46.95 




38.09 


458.13 
232.81 


561.64 

2.33 




134.72 




29 . 93 


756.62 

619.15 

4.93 

134.75 

22.26 


260.77 

1,395.14 

88.34 

175.25 

27.36 




6,313.19 


3,474.03 


2,506.58 


626.64 


795.67 


22,643.58 


25,301 .98 


3,455.72 


797.32 



Net Credit $2,658.40 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjust- 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect to power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October, 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31,1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 192^ 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c 


$ c. 

87.53 

116.95 

460.64 


$ c. 
1,476.45 
3,313.10 
5,463.02 
1,707.32 
975.46 

2,284.81 
1,721.68 
1,791.20 
121.02 
3,280.71 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
799. 16 






272.27 








6,513.71 


23 60 




1,717.95 






58.76 
271.34 




552 47 








4,770 07 


20.64 




1,769.62 

1,821.39 

143.34 

3,322.50 




19.56 








1.02 








56.85 

















186 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made and interest added during the year, also the net amount Credited 

October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges, also 

adjustments made 

during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Coldvvater 


Mar, 1913 
Mar., 1913 
May, 1918 
Nov., 1914 
Dec, 1915 

Dec, 1915 
June, 1913 
April, 1918 
Dec, 1915 
Dec, 1916 

Nov., 1915 
Sept., 1916 
Mav, 1916 
Sept., 1916 
Mar., 1921 

Tune, 1920 
Tan., 1921 
Mar., 1916 
Tan., 1924 
July, 1911 

Dec, 1915 
Dec, 1918 
Tuly, 1916 
Dec, 1915 

Sept., 1923 

Tuly, 1911 
Tan., 1915 
Sept., 1922 
Mar., 1921 
Jan., 1921 

Tulv, 1916 
Oct., 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Feb., 1918 
Dec, 1920 

Nov., 1918 
Oct., 1918 
Sent., 1922 
Tulv, 1914 
Dec, 1914 

Dec, 1920 
Nov., 1914 


$ c 


S c 
813.00 
12,793.59 
190.04 
918.08 


S c 
808.06 
7,024.52 
206.15 
952.05 


$ c 


Collingwood 






Cookstown 






Creemore 






Dundalk 


1,090.68 
2,289.93 


1,089.16 


Durham 






2,304.48 
29.19 


Elmvale 


1,387.64 




Elmwood ; . . . . 


159.25 

374.09 

1,222.65 




1 53 . 74 


Flesherton 






368.47 


Grand Valley 






1,188.79 


Gravenhurst 


23.60 




190.68 


Hanover 


4,318.67 




4,465.53 


Holstein 


5,543.72 


999.20 




Huntsville 


1,525.82 


1,780.47 


Kincardine 


3,998.71 
131.14 


60.72 
1.41 




Kirkfield 






Lucknow 


165.73 

229.01 

3,700.31 


139.86 


Markdale 






229.03 


Meaford 






3,719.38 


Midland 


11,216.89 




362.41 


Mount Forest 


1,318.69 




1,148.12 


Neustadt 


990.05 


4.21 






2,551.24 
3,176.14 
1,585.41 


2,488.80 


Owen Sound 






3,087.24 








1,562.31 




3,137.50 
469.07 


3,141.16 




Port McNicOil 




10.52 




442.31 




387.27 


Priceville 


530.50 
579.75 




4.91 






604.24 




Shelburne 


1,695.34 


1,694.88 


Stavner 


1,302.49 


1,315.79 






215.62 


184.72 


Tara 


4,818.46 
804.82 

1,483.68 
3,692.55 


433 . 74 
830.17 

19.77 
60.13 














Tottenham 








646.61 


584.67 


Victoria Harbour. . . 


345 . 49 
252.66 

3,190.73 
38.98 


333 . 06 
242.92 

3,270.88 
67.51 




Waubaushene 




Wingham .... 






Woodville 













1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments therecn, adjust- 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4 f 7 per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 192C 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 

1 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c 


$ c. 

17.48 

408.21 

2.99 

18.36 


$ c. 
359.94 
6,183.71 
503.76 
866.15 
899.94 

2,751.45 
639.47 

235.72 

722.35 

1,414.73 

482.43 
4,571.93 


$ c. 


$ c. 
337.52 
6.43 
516.88 
881.76 
924.71 

2,789.03 


$ c. 




















23 .25 






52.13 










56.68 




834.04 


3.18 




244.41 

735.54 

1,473.16 

259.14 
4,508.58 




7.57 








24.57 










9.01 






83.51 








196.82 


280.78 


5,022.12 


12.57 


1,966.80 
1,658.19 

71.96 

364.88 

552.01 

2,950.74 

15,301.95 

4,754.46 


1,724.72 






157.52 
5.19 




2,437.32 








62.96 


4. 11 




394 . 86 

556.38 

3,001.72 

3,259.47 

4,956.59 




4.39 








70.05 










463.18 






31.56 








39.43 


795.32 


1,820.59 


50.86 


3,793.41 

13,644.96 

953 . 23 

4,035.23 
509.66 

1,909.53 
261.93 
144.64 

1,304.34 

793 . 79 

1,327.82 

3.53 

588.04 

514.89 
218.60 
1,976.87 
268.08 
253.17 

265.33 

778.14 


3,906.71 

13,793.11 

1,012.71 

3,977.15 

10.88 

1,975.01 




Ci ;.25 








36.38 










61.74 
19.19 












10.44 








21 .41 
9.70 




294.89 






159.43 

1,340.83 

783.07 

1,363.96 




36.03 








24.02 






5.24 








189.55 
14.66 

58.56 
145.30 




4,570.74 






598.73 




1 




1,007.58 








3,559.12 


14.52 




2,053.33 
248.88 
238.19 

279.46 
806 . 59 




6.77 
5.24 

66.02 
0.08 
















''•; 








! 







188 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made and interest added during the year, also the net amount Credited 

October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Rural power districts. 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges, also 

adjustments made 

during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Rural Power Districts — 
Barrie. . . 


Aug., 1923 
Mav, 1924 
Mav, 1924 
Jan., 1924 
Feb., 1922 

Oct., 1926 
Sept., 1923 
Tulv, 1924 
Ian, 1922 
Dec, 1922 

Feb., 1926 
Oct., 1925 
Tulv, 1923 
Jan. 1925 
Sept., 1925 
Feb., 1922 


$ c. 

260.66 
294.83 
420.61 


$ c. 


8 c. 


$ c. 
' 0.51 


Cannington, D 1 




4.44 
5.99 




Cannington D 2 




Elmvale 


48.93 
112.35 




6.56 


Flesherton 






3.53 


Georgina 








Mariposa 


2,861.96 




12.61 
11.01 

1.75 
1.27 




Markdale 


164.01 




Nottawasaga 

Port Perrv 


996.44 
445.39 








Shelburne 






Sparrow Lake 


68.77 

160.48 

66.10 




4.41 
2.56 
0.37 
0.09 




Stavner 






Tara 






Uxbridge 


1.31 




Walkerton Quarry .... 


134.44 


0.09 










Tatals 


38,440.10 


84,205.58 


20,779.91 


33,1^1-68 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 , $571,733.84 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1925 53,191. 12 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 $518,542. 72 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $60,398. 75 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within rural 

power districts 2,506. 58 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies : 4,793.37 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 20,741 . 71 

Provision for renewal of plant transferred 39. 08 



Deduct: 

Renewals in equipment transferred or sold $88.08 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 22,943. 74 



88,479.49 
$607,022.21 



23,031.82 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 , $583,990.39 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereou, adjust 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at ±% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31 , 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


% c. 
10.41 


S c. 


S c. 


$ c. 

59 . 55 


$ c. 

211.01 

527.99 

1,027.65 

86.44 


$ c. 


11.97 




216.75 
583.99 
144.15. . 




17.06 










2.22 ' 
4.63 










71.79 

499.80 
98.16 
38.09 


192.30 








499.80 


114.98 






2,891.39 






6.12 




197.21 


39.93 


561.64 

2.33 


1,599.76 
466.86 




17.87 












29.93 


29.93 


2.92 




260.77 
1,395.14 

88.34 
175.25 

27.36 


336.87 
1,564.70 
157.47 
173.98 
167.09 




6.52 








2.66 










0.05 






5.38 












S80.98 


3,005.35 


106,388.25 


i, 873. 42 


77,377.22 


33,164.01 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve as at October 31, 1925 $78,598.56 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies as at that 

date 169,409 . 75 

$248,008.31 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $35,911 .00 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 626. 64 

Provisions against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 3,694 . 72 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 9,639 . 40 

49,87 1 . 76 

$297,880.07 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 9,234.41 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $288,645.66 



190 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM SINKING FUND 

Sinking Fund for Year ending October 31, 1926 



Municipality 



Sinking fund paid by each municipality as part of the cost 

of power delivered together with its proportionate 

share of other sinking funds provided out of 

revenues of the svstem. 





For perioc 


of 






1 . Amount 












S c. 


3 vears ending October 


31, 


1926 


2,809.74 


5 " 


u 


a 


u 


tt 


4,047.06 


8 " 


u 


a 


a 


a 


22,940.13 


7 " 


11 


u 


a 


a 


5,478.07 


3 " 


a 


it 


it 


it 


2,428.07 


3 " 


u 


u 


u 


a 


2,530.56 


7 " 


a 


u 


a 


it 


2,397.32 


7 " 


it 


a 


a 


a 


4,164.71 


6 " 


it 


u 


a 


tt 


822.97 


5 " 


a 


u 


a 


a 


5,910.29 


8 " 


a 


a 


a 


u 


2,228.76 


8 " 


u 


a 


u 


tt 


35,545.70 


3 " 


u 


u 


a 


ti 


746.04 


7 " 


a 


a 


it 


u 


2,471.29 


6 " 


it 


a 


u 


a 


2,167.14 


6 " 


u 


a 


a 


a 


6,135.09 


8 " 


u 


it 


a 


a 


3,836.92 


3 " 


a 


a 


a 


a 


486.15 


6 " 


'a 


tt 


a 


a 


1,206.65 


5 " 


a 


u 


a 


a 


2,159.88 


6 " 


u 


ti 


a 


a 


3,267.42 


5 " 


u 


u 


u 


it 


17,964.72 


5 " 


it 


a 


it 


u 


709.07 


5 " 


it 


a 


a 


a 


10,363.94 


2 " 


a 


a 


a 


a 


3,140.56 


2 " 


a 


tt 


a 


a 


585.77 


2 " 


u 


u 


it 


a 


1,481.12 


5 " 


a 


a 


a 


it 


1,451.65 


2 " 


it 


u 


it 


a 


1,895.74 


8 " 


<c 


u 


a 


a 


44,364.13 


6 " 


it 


u 


u 


a 


5,682.85 


3 " 


u 


a 


u 


« 


1,836.84 


5 " 


ii 


tt 


ti 


a 


5,896.72 


6 " 


u 


u 


a 


it 


29,817.85 


2 " 


u 


a 


u 


a 


856.07 


10 " 


a 


a 


a 


ti 


16,963.15 


6 " 


tt 


a 


a 


a 


1,057.59 


2 " 


a 


ti 


a 


u 


1,370.12 


2 " 


tt 


a 


a 


u 


154.83 


2 " 


u 


a 


tt 


u 


780.65 


5 " 


u 


a 


ti 


a 


3,408.23 


8 " 


u 


a 


a 


a 


3,462.21 


7 " 


u 


u 


a 


a 


3,116.05 


3 " 


a 


u 


a 


a 


1,408.49 


2 " 


u 


a 


u 


u 


. 1,539.49 



Allisfc n. . 
Arthur. . . 
Barrie. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton. . . 



Bradford . . . 
Brechin. . . . 
Cannington 
Chatsworth . 
Chesley 



Coldwater. . 
Collingwood 
Cookstown. 
Creemore . . . 
Dundalk. . . 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elm wood. . . . 
Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst. 
Hanover. . . . 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine . . 



Kirkfield. 
Lucknow. 
Markdale. 
Meaford! . 
Midland. . 



Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound. . 
Paislev 



Penetanguishene 
Port McNicoll. . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley. ... 



Shelburne. . 

Stayner. . . 
Sunderland, 

Tara 

Tees water. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— Continued 
Sinking Fund for Year ending October 31, 1926 



SINKING FUND 



' 


Sinking fund paid by each municipality as part of the cost 
of power delivered, together with its proportionate 
share of other sinking funds provided out of 
revenues of the system. 


Municipality 


For period of 


Amount 



Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Waubaushene 

Wingham 

Woodville 

Rural Power Districts 

Barrie. 

Beeton 

Cannington, D 1 

Cannington, D 2 

Elmvale 

Flesherton 

Georgina 

Lucknow 

Mariposa 

Markdale 

Nottawasaga 

Port Perry 

Ripley 

Shelburne 

Sparrow Lake 

Stayner 

Tara 

Uxbridge 

Walkerton Quarry 




$ 


c. 


486 


62 


1,448 


72 


1,475 


37 


1,374 


19 


744 


28 


3,800.34 


3,269 


35 


375 


79 


0.58 


199 


52 


268 


67 


125 


56 


136 


38 


12 


49 


6.05 


1,152 


40 


47 


20 


762 


37' 


84 


65 


7.67 


31 


07 


161 


97 


965 


25 


12 


66 


33 


85 


93 


03 


$290,213 


83 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve as at October 31, 1925 $390,983. 26 

Reduction occasioned by the revision of sinking fund rates from a 

basis of 30 years to a basis of 40 years 162,258. 05 

$228,725.21 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities < ;••;••-. ; ■ .• $47,293.81 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 795 . 67 

By charges against contracts with sundry companies which 

purchase power 4,242.95 

By sinking fund transferred from rural lines 7 . 20 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 9, 148 . 99 

61,488.62 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $290,213 . 83 



92 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 
the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 
rural lines, for the year ending October 31, 1926 



Line- oper- 
ited by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 


Brechin 

Flesherton 


S c. 
922.02 
1,876.91 


S c. 

48.22 

105 . 29 


$ c. 
16.60 

33.78 


$ c. 
18.44 
37.54 


$ c. 
4.61 
9.38 


$ c. 

87.87 

185.99 




2,798.93 


153.51 


50.38 


55.98 


13.99 


273.86 



ST. LAWRENCE 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under Sections 6c and 23 of the Act 

Power purchased . $91,834. 12 

Cost of operating and maintaining the generating plant, transmission 

lines, stations, etc., including the proportion of administrative 

expense chargeable to the operation of the system 29,843. 15 

Interest on capital investment 48,911.08 

Provision for renewal of generating plant, lines and stations, etc 20,204.82 

Provisions for contingencies: 

By charges against municipalities and rural power districts $2,158.96 

Bv charges against contracts with private companies 1,589.94 

3,748.90 

Provisions for sinking fund: 

By charges against municipalities and rural power districts $6,600.01 

By charges against contracts with private companies which pur- 
chase power 4,037 . S3 

— 10,637.84 

$205,179.91 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— 
Operating Account for Year ending October 31, 1926 



Power purchased from Commission $4,743 . 44 

Costs of operating and maintaining transmission lines and equipment 1,928. 25 

Interest on capital investment 1,759.09 

Provision for renewal of lines and equipment 1,368.56 

Provision for contingencies 342. 13 

Provision for sinking fund for repayment of cash advances 373 . 27 



$10,514.74 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



93 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund requirements in respect of each line and 
the total of the Sinking Fund payments with Interest allowed 
thereon, to October 31, 1926 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 

October 31, 1926 


An:ount 


Brechin 


8 vears 
9' " 


$ c. 
131.23 


Flesherton 


208.63 








339.86 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1926 



Revenue for period 



Collected from municipalities. . . 
Power sold to private companies. 



$127,029. OcS 
110,516.79 

$237,545.87 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sum 

required to be paid by them for power supplied in the period. . $33,605.07 
Less: 

Amounts due by certiin municipalities, being the difference between 

sums paid and the cost of power supplied to them in the period 1,239. 11 



32,365.96 
$205,179.91 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

For detail report see pages 196 and 197. 

Revenue collected from rural power districts $12,151 .39 

Deduct: 

Surplus on operation of certain rural power districts 1,636. 65 



$10,514.74 



194 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



ST. LAWRENCE 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Alexandria 
Apple Hill . 
Brockville. 



Chesterville. . 
Lancaster .... 
Martintown . . 



Maxville 
Prescott . 
Russell . . 



Williamsburg 
Winchester. . . 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1926 



$. c. 



80.00 



75.00 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



$ c. 
80.00 
75.00 
38.00 

60.00 
97.00 
65.00 

86.00 

40.00 

105.00 

65.00 
60.00 



Rural PoweTr Districts 

Brockville — Elizabethtown 

and Augusta townships 
Chesterville — Winchester 

and Russell townships. 
Martintown — Charlotten 

burg and Lancaster twps 
Prescott — Augusta and 

Edwardsburg twps .... 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals— Rural Power Dist . 
Torals — Companies 



Non-operating Capital. 
Grand totals , 



$ c 

116,250.72 

10,847.94 

221,151.46 

60,841.91 

33,176.68 

5,482.19 

36,757.81 
53,869.68 
24,069.03 

7,185.82 
32,189.92 



7,235.49 

3,786.43 

12,448.43 

7,459.27 



601,823.16 

30,929.62 

383,464.33 



1,016,217.11 
8,288.37 



1,024,505.48 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



247.8 

28.1 

1,359.0 

223.0 
28.2 
16.9 

45.8 

359.7 

29.4 

25.1 
140.3 



41.6 
12.1 
22.2 
46.5 



2,503.3 

122.4 

3,766.7 



6,392.4 



Cost of 
power to 
Commis- 
sion 



$ c. 

3,559.93 

403 . 69 

19,523.59 

3,203.65 
405.12 
242.79 

657.97 

5,167.50 

422.36 

360.59 

2,015.57 



597.63 

173.83 
318.93 
668.03 



35,962.76 

1,758.42 

54,112.94 



91,834.12 



Share of operating costs and 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



$ c. 

3,000.92 

714.50 

6,019.04 

1,984.48 
444.74 
236.59 

992.14 

2,073.31 

558.18 

458.86 
1,484.73 



305.77 
154.72 
191.35 
452.75 



17,967.49 

1,104.59 

10,771.07 



29,843.15 



Interest 



$ c. 

5,699.86 

532.45 

10,323.08 

2,850.72 

1,634.73 

268.57 

1,807.62 

2,525.78 

923.92 

342.22 
1,518.65 



331.00 
172.96 
604.06 
347.22 



28,427.60 
1.455.24 
19,028.24 



48,911.08 



Renewals 



$ c. 

2,323.52 

216.96 

4,423.03 

1,212.06 
663.50 
109.64 

735.16 

1,077.39 

372.38 

143.71 
643 . 80 



144.41 

71.92 

248.95 

149.19 



11,921.15 

614.47 

7,669.20 



20,204.82 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



95 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Section 23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926. 



fixed charges 


Total 


Companies 
balances 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under, 

section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts remaining to 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


% c. 
351.61 

39.42 
800.29 

216.77 
94 . 40 


$ c. 
1,223.33 

114.23 
2,328.73 

638.15 
349.33 

57.73 

387.06 
567.25 
196.06 

75.66 
338.96 

76.03 

37.87 
131.07 

78.55 


% c. 

16,159.17 

2,021.25 

43,417.76 

10,105.83 

3,591.82 

936.10 

4,690.99 

11,618.93 

2,528.97 

1,412.99 
6,123.09 

1,481.59 

624.09 

1,533.04 

1,725.07 


$ c. 
1,255.90 

142.42 
6,887.68 

1,130.21 

142.92 

85.65 

232.12 

1,823.03 

149.01 

127.21 
711.07 

210.84 

61.33 

112.51 

235.67 


$ c. 

14,903.27 

1,878.83 

36,530.08 

8,975.62 

3,448.90 

850.45 

4,458.87 
9,795.90 
2,379.96 

1,285.78 
5,412.02 

1,270.75 

562.76 

1,420.53 

1,489.40 


$ c. 

19,826.23 

2,129.11 

51,640.37 

13,377.05 
2,731.32 
1,125.85 

3,937.34 

14,389.52 

3,083.50 

1,629.85 
8,,415.50 

1,270.75 

562.76 

1,420.53 

1,489.40 


$ c. 

4,922.96 

250.28 

15,110.29 

4,401.43 


$ c. 
' '717.58 


20.78 


275.40 




1 1 1 . 04 


521.53 


207.70 


4,593.62 
703 . 54 

344.07 
3,003.48 




56.07 




31.95 




121.38 




26, 75 




12.79 






38.68 






29.33 












2,051.41 
107.55 


6,276.49 

323.52 

4,037.83 


102,606.90 

5,363.79 

97,209.22 


12,687.22 

620.35 

13,307.57 


89,919.68 

4,743.44 

110,516.79 


122,285.64 

4,743.44 

110,516.79 


33,605.07 


1,239.11 


1,589.94 












3,748.90 


10,637.84 


205,179.91 





205,179.91 


237,545.87 













196 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— 
Operating Report for Year 



Name of districts and townships 
included therein 



Apple Hill — Kenyon township 

Brockville — Elizabethtown and Augusta 
townships 

Chesterville — Winchester and Russell 
townships 

Martintown — Charlottenburg and Lan- 
caster townships 

Prescott— Augusta and Edwardsburg 
townships 

Williamsburg — Williamsburg township. 



Totals 



Total capital investment in each 
district and the amount of Govern- 
ment grant supplied thereto 



Total 



$ c. 
633 . 96 

19,406.08 

8,189.30 

17,391.14 

26,917.29 
524.29 



73,062.06 



Government 
grant 



$ c. 
206.30 

9,703.04 

3,583.85 

7,908.68 

13,458.64 
262.15 



35,122.66 



Balance 



$ c. 
427.66 

9,703.04 

4,605.45 

9,482.46 

13,458.65 
262.14 



37,939.40 



Total cost of 
power for 

year as 

provided to 

be paid under 

section 23 

of Act* 



1,270.75 

562.76 

1,420.53 

1,489.40 



4.743.44 



*See "cost of power" table on preceding pages. 



ST. LAWRENCE 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made, and interest added during the year, also the net amount Credited 

October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit 
at Octobe 


or charge 
r 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 

such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credit 


Charge 


Alexandria . . . 


Jan., 

April, 

April, 

April, 

May, 

Mav, 

Feb., 

Dec, 

Feb., 

April, 

Jan., 

Nov., 
July, 
May, 
Jan., 
June, 
Feb., 


1921 
1921 
1915 
1914 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1913 
1926 
1915 
1914 

1923 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1923 


$ c. 

2,239.78 

222.52 

1,259.30 

1,366.95 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
587.05 


Apple Hill.... 






130.83 


Brockville 




715.12 




Chesterville . . 


880.25 


Lancaster 




8,824.69 


806.65 




Martintown . . 


208.59 


173.27 


Maxville 


4,231.64 


184.12 




Prescott 


1,137.49 


574.72 


Russell 








Williamsburg 




326.95 


528.44 




Winchester 


1,156.26 

46.43 
1,844.62 


887.92 


Rural Power Districts — 
Apple Hill.... 








Brockville . 




35.42 
15.66 

' 34.99 




Chesterville .... 


125.61 
1,546.42 




Martintown . . 




148.27 


Prescott .... 


73.53 
49.73 




Williamsburg . 












Totals ... . 




9,605.20 


15,055.31 


2,320.40 


3,382.31 







1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Total 
cost' 


Revenue 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
43.04 

373.77 


$ c. 
14.07 

480.61 
168.39 

418.44 

665.24 
12.34 


$ c. 
6.96 

387.41 

122.14 

305 . 83 

536.24 
9.98 


$ c. 
1.73 

96.85 
30.53 

76.46 

134.06 
2.50 


$ c. 
2.98 

101.99 
35.72 

88.79 

141.16 
2.63 


$ c. 
68.78 

2,711.38 
1,163.07 

2,729.53 

3,809.36 
32.62 


$ c. 
84.07 

3,425.05 
1,355.67 

2,872.17 

4,336.89 

77.54 


$ c. 
15.29 

713.67 
192.60 

142.64 

527.53 
44.92 


$ c. 


243 . 53 




419.48 

843 . 26 
5.17 




1,928.25 


1,759.09 


1,368.56 


342.13 


373.27 


10,514.74 


12,151.39 


1,636.65 









SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjust- 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926. 



Interest at 4% 
added during 


per annum 
the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Cred ited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
107.66 




$ c. 


$ c 

4,922 96 

250.28 

15,110.29 

4,401.43 


$ c. 


. $ c 

6,683.35 

349.79 

17,184.94 

4,937.26 


$ c. 


7.82 








100.23 








49.13 










323.68 


717.58 


9,059.30 


5.66 


275.40 


316.38 




162.12 


521.53 


4,731.17 


46.91 


4,593.62 
703 . 54 
344.07 

3,003.48 

15.29 
713.67 
192.60 
142.64 
527.53 

44.92 


5,203.30 
703.54 
547 . 40 

3,306.97 

63 . 58 

2,668.05 

78.12 










1.84 








35.15 








1.86 








74.34 










4.53 
64.41 










1,616.46 


3.62 




639 . 67 
96.64 


1.99 
















436.21 


554.74 


35,241.72 


1,239.11 


42,778.99 


15,406.93 



198 



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No. 26 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $147,241 . 16 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1925 11,612.70 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 $135,628.46 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $12,535.62 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within rural 

power districts 1 ,368 . 56 

Provisions against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 7,669 . 20 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 5,425 . 14 

— — 26,998.52 

$162,626.98 
Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 1,953.45 

Bala'nce carried forward October 31, 1926 $160,673.53 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund for Year ending October 31, 1926 



Municipality 


Sinking fund paid by each municipality as part of the cost 
of power delivered together with its proportionate 
share of other sinking funds provided out of 
revenues of the system. 




For period of 


Amount 


Alexandria 


2 years ending October 31, 1926 
2 « tt a u a 

(t a a a a a 

■- a a a a a 

2 a ii a a a 
2 a a a « « 
2 u a a a a 
j u a a a u 

i a a u a a 
f. a a a a a 
-i a a a a' a 

2 a a a a a 
- a u a a a 
c a a a a a 

c u a a a a 
c u u a a a 
2 a a a a « 


$ c. 
4,598.46 


Apple Hill 


416.12 


Brockville 


30,388.35 


Chesterville .... 


7,240.26 


Lancaster. . 


950.34 


Martintown . . 


237.12 


Maxville. 


1,215.78 


Prescott 


7,037.69 


Russell 


241.27 


Williamsburg 


704.58 


Winchester .' 


3,710.54 


Rural Power Districts — 
Apple Hill 


6.10 


Brockville 


1,349.84 


Chesterville. . . 


321.50 


Martintown 


824.58 


Prescott 


1,239.79 


Williamsburg 


5.29 








$60,487.61 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 199 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve as at October 31, 1925 , $41,924.44 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies as at that date 35,236 . 29 

$77,160.73 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $2,158.96 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 342 . 13 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 1,589.94 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 2,760 . 87 

— -. 6,851.90 

$84,012.63 
Deduct - 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 17,634.59 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $66,378.04 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve as at October 31, 1925 $81,322 . 32 

Reduction occasioned by the revision of sinking fund rates from a 

basis of 30 years to a basis of 40 years 33,748 . 77 

— $47,573.55 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $6,600.01 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 373 . 27 

By charges against contracts with sundry companies which 

purchased power 4,037 . 83 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amounts standing at the 

credit of the account 1 ,902 . 95 

12,914.06 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $60,487.61 



200 



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No. 26 



RIDEAU 

Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under Sections 6c and 23 of the Act 

Power purchased _ $6,559 . 68 

Cost of operating and maintaining the generating plant, transmission 
lines, stations, etc., including the proportion of administrative 
expenses chargeable to the operation of the system 33,056. 36 

Interest on capital investment 55,639.83 

Provision for renewal of generating plant, lines and stations, etc 12,149.64 

Provision for contingencies: 

By charges against municipalities $4,258.06 

By charges against private companies 502 . 70 

4,760.76 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges against municipalities $10,207.26 

By charges against private companies which purchased power. . . . 1,197.05 

11,404.31 



$123,570.58 



RIDEAU 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Carleton Place 
Kemptville . . . 

Lanark 

Perth 

Smiths Falls. . 



Interim rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1926 



$ c 
46.50 
60.00 
75.00 
47.50 
40.00 



To 

Oct. 31 

1926 



$ c 
55 . 0C 
70.00 
85 . 00 
54 . 00 
50.00 



Totals — Municipalities . 
Totals — Companies.. . . 



Xon-operating capital 
Grand Totals . . . . 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 

fixed 
charges are 
chargeable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



$ c. 

308,798.08 

73,523.81 

23,822.88 

265,049.23 

298,282.60 



969,476.60 
113,690.15 



1,083,166.75 
78,491.49 



1,161,658.24 



766.5 
159.9 
38.5 
689.5 
870.4 



2,524.8 
321.7 



2,846.5 



Share of operating costs 



Cost of 
power to 
Commis- 
sion 



$ c. 

1,766.38 

368.49 

88.72 

1,588.93 

2,005.81 



5,818.33 
741 . 35 



6,559.68 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



$ 

8.557. 

2,420. 

571. 

8,218. 



9,850.18 



29,618.12 
3,438.24 



33,056.36 



Interest 



$ c. 
15,868.27 

3,780.71 

1,225.60 

13,641.74 

15,245.18 



49,761.50 
5,878.33 



55,639.83 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1926 



Revenue for period 



Collected from municipalities $133,581.44 

Power sold to private companies 14,470.53 



^148,051.97 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sum requ r d to 

be paid by them for power supplied in the period 24,481 .39 



$123,570.58 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



(under Section 23 of the Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission 
cost — and the amount remaining to be credited to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926. 



the amount 



and fixed charges 






Total cost 


Amount 


Amounts 
remaining to 








be credited to 












of power 


paid to the 


each 










Com- 


for vear as 


Com- 


municipality 




Contin- 


Sinking 




panies 


provided to 


mission 


upon 


Renewals 


gencies 


Fund 


Total 


balance 


be paid 

section 23 

of Act 


by each 
munici- 
pality 


ascertainment 

of the actual 

cost of power 

by annual 

adjustment 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


3,614.38 


1,328.46 


3,251.39 


34,386.65 


459.68 


33,926.9/ 


40,953.84 


7,026.87 


936.10 


303.80 


774.15 


8,583.46 


95.89 


8,487.57 


10,920.64 


2,433.07 


347.79 


94.34 


250.84 


2,579.12 


23.09 


2,556.03 


3,204.97 


648.94 


2,996.74 


1,162.71 


2,790.74 


30,398.99 


413.50 


29,985.49 


36,477.80 


6,492.31 


3,055.92 


1,368.75 


3,140.14 


34,665.98 


521.99 


34,143.99 


42,024.19 


7,880.20 


10,950.93 


4,258.0c 


10,207. It 


110,614.20 


1,514.15 


109,100.05 


i33,581.44 


24,481.39 


1,198.71 


502.70 


1,197.05 


12,956.38 


1,514.15 


14,470.53 


14,470.53 




12,149.64 


4,760.76 


11,404.31 


123,570.58 




123,570.58 


148,051.97 









202 



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No. 26 



RIDEAU 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made, and interest added during the year, also the net amount Credited 

October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Carleton Place 


Mav, 1919 
Dec, 1921 
Sept., 1921 
Feb., 1919 
Sept., 1918 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,846.32 
1,470.27 
375.36 
4,818.10 
8,185.84 


$ c. 

6,433.03 

1,428.07 

365.50 


$ c. 


Kemptville 

Lanark 










Perth .... 




257.11 


Smiths Falls . . 




4,580.24 










Totals 




21,695.89 


12,806.84 


257. 11 











RIDEAU SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $71,647.50 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1925 700. 20 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 



delivered to them 



Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies 

Renewals reserve provided on second-hand equipment 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 



the account 



$10,950.93 

1,198.71 
15.40 

2,837.89 



Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 



$70,947.30 



15,002.93 

$85,950.23 
230.95 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $85,719.28 



RIDEAU SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund for Year ending October 31. 



1926 



Municipality 


Sinking fund paid by each municipality as part of the cost 

of power delivered together with its proportionate 

share of other sinking funds provided out of 

revenues of the system. 




For period of 


Amount 


Carleton Place 


2 years ending October 31, 1926 
2 « u u u « 

2 u « « « « 

2 ti « « u u 

-? a u « u « 


$ c 
8,502.13 


Kemptville 


1,918.52 


Lanark j 


587.26 


Perth 


6,255.96 


Smiths Falls. . . 


11,214.77 








$28,478.64 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjust- 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926. 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c 
151.58 
35.51 
7.58 
203.01 
214.36 


$ c. 
7,026.87 
2,433.07 

648.94 
6,492.31 
7,880.20 


$ c 


$ c 
6,462.00 
2,355.36 

631.50 
1,214.09 
4,060.24 


$ c 




612.04 


24,481.39 




14,723.19 





RIDEAU SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve at October 31, 1925 $22,334.49 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies as at that date 12,160 . 05 



$34,494.54 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them $4,258.06 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 502 . 70 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 1,359 . 25 



6,120.01 



Deduct- 

Revision of contingency charges on certain lines in year 1925. 



$40,614.55 
308.26 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $40,306 . 29 



RIDEAU SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1926 

Balance in the reserve as at October 31, 1925 $28,064.34 

Deduction occasioned by the revision of the sinking fund rates from 

a basis 30 years to a basis of 40 years 11,646. 71 



Provided in the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities. $10,207.26 

By charges against contracts with private companies 1,197.05 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amounts standing at the credit 

of the account 656 . 70 



$16,417.63 



12,061.01 

$28,478.64 



204 



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No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 
Operating Account for the 

Costs of Operation as provided for under Section 6 C and 23 of the Act 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transformer stations and 
transmission lines, including the proportion of administrative expenses charge- 
able to the operation of the system $1 14,276 . 16 

Interest on capital investment 613,872 . 09 

Provision for renewal of generating plants, transformer stations and transmission 

lines " 99,183 . 58 

Provision for contingencies: 

By charges against municipalities $14,768. 11 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 9, 198 . 39 

23,966.50 



$851,298.33 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 





Interim 
rates per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 
capital cost 
of system 
on which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horsepower 
supplied in 

year after 
correctionn 

for power 
factor 


Share of operating costs 


Municipality 


Operating, 

maintenance 

and admin 

istrative 

expenses 






To Oct. 31, 
1926 




Fort William 


$ c. 
21.00 
40.00 
21. 0C 


$ c. 

40,456. 8£ 

11,269.52 

7,459,065.90 


$ c. 

133.01 

39.02 

24,539.06 


$ c. 

376.19 

361.5c 

69,807. It 


$ c. 
2,040.22 


Nipigon Township 

Port Arthur 


578.13 
376,151.58 


Totals — Municipal 
Totals — Com panie 

Non-operating Cap 


ities 




7,510,792.30 
4,531,986.67 


24,711.09 
15,391. C9 


70,545.51 
43,730.6* 


378,769.93 


3 


235,102.16 


ital. 




12,042,778.97 
681,792.06 










12,724,571.03 


40, 103. Of 


114,276, It 


613,872.09 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1926 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $519,694.68 

Power sold to sundry customers 321,619.91 

— $841,314.59 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in 

the year , $511.47 

Less: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 

them in the year 6,298, 16 

5,786.69 

Revenue § _ $847,101.28 

Loss on sale of power supplied to sundry companies (written off to contingency 

reserve) 4,197 .05 

$851,298.33 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



under Section 23 of the Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the smount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



and fixed charges 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid under 

Section 23 

of Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
m nicipality 


Amount remaining to be 
credited or charged to each 

municipality upon 

ascertainment of the actual 

< ost of power by 

annual adjustment 


Renewals 


Contingencies 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

330.73 

92.72 

60,974.37 


$ c. 

97 . 54 

23.42 

14,665.15 


$ c. 

2,826.68 

1,055.83 

521,598.86 


$ c. 

2,795.78 

1,567.30 

515,331.60 


$ c. 
' 51U47 


$ c. 
30.90 

6,267.26 








61,397.82 
37,785.76 


14,768.11 
9,198.39 


525,481.37 
325,816.96 


519,694.68 
321,619.91 


511.47 


6,298.16 
*4,197.05 








99,183.58 


23,966.50 


851,298.33 


841,314.59 





♦Transferred to debit of Contingency Reserve. 



206 



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No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net credit to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 

or charge to each Municipality 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit at 
October 31, 1925 


Fort William . . 


Oct. 1926 
Jan. 1926 
Dec. 1910 


$ c. 


Nipigon township 


63.57 


Port Arthur 


5,900.96 








$5,964.53 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $160,036.91 

Dedjct expenditures to October 31, 1925 34. 17 

$160,002.74 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them $61,397.82 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies 37,785 . 76 

Renewals reserve provided on second-hand equipment 9.71 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 6,400 . 1 1 

105,593.40 

$265,596.14 
Deduct expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 253.58 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $265,342.56 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



to it to October 31, 1925, interest added during the year, also the net amount credited 
ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as a credit 
at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 

"2.'54 
236.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 
51K47 


$ c. 
30 . 90 

6,267 '26 


$ c. 
577.58 


$ c. 
30.90 

ii6!26 


238.58 




511.47 


6,298.16 


577.58 


161.16 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Contingencies, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1925 $29,306. 19 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them I $14,768 11 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with sundry companies who purchased power 9,198.39 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 1,172.25 

25,138.75 

$54,444.94 
Deduct : 

Net loss for the year on power sold to sundry companies 4,197 .05 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $50,247.89 



208 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

OTTAWA 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under Sections 6c and 23 of the Act 

Power purchased $176,124.62 

Operating expenses 4,213 . 59 

Interest on capital investment 1,520.31 

Provision for renewal of lines, etc 1,167 .40 

Provision for contingencies 295 . 10 

Provision for sinking fund 322.80 



$183,643.82 



OTTAWA 
Statement showing "Cost of Power," "Operating Expenses," "Fixed Charges" and 



Municipality 


Capital cost 


Cost of power 


Operation, 
iraintenance and 
administrative 
expenses 


Fixed 


Interest 


Renewals 


Ottawa 


$ c 
1,314.71 

38,082.37 


$ c 
174,139.67 

1,984.95 


$ c. 
1,013.10 

3,200.49 


$ c. 
67.31 

1,453.00 


$ c. 
26.29 


Rural Power District: 
Nepean — Gloucester 
Gower N., Nepean 
and Osgoode twps. . 


1,141.11 


Non-operating capital. 


39,397.08 
7,446.07 




Totals 


46,843 15 


176,124.62 


4,213.59 


1,520.31 


1,167.40 



OTTAWA 

Statement showing the net credit to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 

to each Municipality at 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit at 
October 31, 1925 


Ottawa 


Jan., 1914 
Feb., 1922 


$ c. 


Rural Power District: 

Nepean — Gloucester, Gower N., Nepean and Osgoode tps. 


2,435.68 






2,435.68 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1926 

Revenue for period 

Collected from city of Ottawa . $175,270.03 

Collected from customers in Nepean rural power district $8,073.99 

Add: 

Amoimg due by municipalities comprising the Nepean Rural 
Power District, being the difference between the revenue 
from customers therein and the cost of power delivered to 

them in the year 299 . 80 

■ 8,373.79 

$183,643.82 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

"Revenue" and the net "Shortage" on each line for the year ending October 31, 1926 



charges 


Total cost of power, 

operating expenses, 

fixed charges and 

interest 


Revenue 

from 
munici- 
palities 


Amount remaining as a 

charge to the municipalities 

co uprising Nepean rural power 

district upon ascertainment 

of the actual cost of power 

' by annual adjustment 


Contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


$ c. 
9.82 

285.28 


$ c. 
13.84 

308.96 


$ c 
175,270.03 

8,373.79 


$ c 
175,270.03 

8,073.99 


$ c. 
299.80 


295.10 


322.80 


183,643.82 


183,344.02 


299 . 80 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



to it to October 31, 1925, interest added during the year; also the net amount charged 
October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount standing as a credit 
October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount charged in respect of 

power supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit on 

October 31, 1926 


$ c. 
97.43 


$ c. 
299.80 


$ c. 
2,233.31 


97.43 


299.80 


2,333.31 



210 



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No. 26 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing the total Sinking Fund Requirements of each Municipality — all 

of which have been paid — and the total of such Sinking Fund Payments, 

with interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1926 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1926 


Total Sinking Fund payments 
and accumulated interest to 
October 31, 1926 


Ottawa 


1 1 years 
4 " 


$ c. 
133.07 


Rural Power District: 

Nepean — Gloucester, Gower N., 
Nepean and Osgoode twps 


1,300.68 




$1,433.75 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Account with the Provincial Treasurer for the Year 

NIAGARA AND 

April 30, 1926: 

Cash returned to the Province, being the unused portion of the advances 
by the Province in the year 1925 for expenditures on account of the 

Province : $74,285.92 

April 30, 1926: 

Paid on account of interest 3,925,479 . 33 

June 25, 1926: 

Repayment made under debt retirement plan 4,812,000. 00 

October 31, 1926: 

Payment o'f balance of interest for year ending October 31 , 1926 4,009,290. 80 

October 31, 1926: 

Balance carried down 144,908,413.53 

$157,729,469.58 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 2H 

OTTAWA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $3,243 . 65 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

Amount charged to consumers in Nepean township as part of 

the cost of power delivered to them $1,141 . 11 

Amount charged to the municipality of Ottawa as part of the 

cost of power delivered to it 26.29 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 129. 75 

1,279 15 

$4,540.80 
Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 69. 16 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 $4,471 . 64 

OTTAWA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1925 $272.05 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies as at that date 791.21 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1926.. $295. 10 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amounts standing at the credit of 

the account 41 20 



$1,063.26 



336.30 
Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 ■ $1,399.56 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
ending October 31, 1926 

OTHER SYSTEMS 

October 31, 1925: 

Cash advances to date $146,603,594. 99 

November 1, 1925, to October 31, 1926: 

Sundry cash advances 3,191,104.46 

October 31, 1926: 

Interest for year on all cash advances 7,934,770. 13 



$157,729,469.58 

November 1, 1926: == 

Balance $144,908,413 . 53 



212 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year ending October 31, 1926 

Expenditure 

Transportation expenses $311,677.22 

Maintenance — Way and structures 67,832. 10 

Maintenance — Equipment 100,301 . 24 

Power 109,537 . 10 

General operating and management expenses 89,909.09 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the Railway 25,130. 88 

Taxes . . 3,546 . 08 

Insurance — Fire and Liability 46,984. 33 

Written off valuation and other expenses re purchase of the Rail- 
ways and re-issue of bonds 4,342 . 19 

Total Operating Expenses $759,260.23 

Interest on debentures 211,713.45 

Provision for renewal of Road and Equipment 60,469. 52 



$1,031,443.20 



Revenue 

Passenger _ $969,338. 72 

Freight and express ' 51,585.61 

Miscellaneous 10,518. 87 

$1,031,443.20 



Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 $125,301 . 72 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1925 12,102.35 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 $113,199.37 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By appropriation for the year $60,469 . 52 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 4,527 .97 

64,997 . 49 

$178,196.86 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 47,768.70 

$130,428.16 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 213 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year ending October 31, 1926 

Expenditure 

Transportation expense $22,033 . 47 

Maintenance — way and structures 7,050 . 96 

Maintenance — equipment 13,549.20 

Power : 9,759.83 

General operating and management expenses 9,683 . 20 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway 2,925.94 

Insurance 4,136.73 

Taxes 2,703 . 54 

Written off valuation and other expenses re purchase by the Com- 
mission 256 . 30 

$72,099.17 

Interest on debentures and bank borrowings 14,481 .06 

Provision for instalments payable to the City of Guelph on May 1, 
1926, and November 1, 1926, under prrchase agreement: 

Interest for year $5,584.48 

On account of principal 6,115.52 

11,700.00 

Provision for renewal of road and equipment 8,823.96 

$107,104.19 



Revenue 

Operating revenue $81,815 . 73 

Net deficit for year 25,288.46 

$107104. 19 



214 



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No. 26 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

TORONTO AND YORK RADIAL RAILWAYS 

Combined Operating Account for Year ending October 31, 1926 

Expenditure 

Metropolitan Scarboro Mimico 

S c $ c $ c 

Transportation expenses 146,665.28 42,770.69 76,223. 2i 

Maintenance— Way and structures 89,018 . 48 9,080 . 03 20,468 . 04 

Maintenance— Equipment 44,649 . 89 11 ,392 .22 1 7,208 . 26 

Power costs ... . 89,493.85 20,362.31 37,739.57 

General operating and management ex- 
penses 27,559.42 3,693.44 8,346.91 

Proportion of the administrative and 
accounting expenses of the Commis- 
sion chargeable to the operation of 

the railways 14,406.31 3,459.83 6,455.34 

Taxes 7,117.13 582.69 3,246.81 

Insurance— Fire and liability 24,339 . 35 4,490 . 65 7,984 . 30 

Written off valuation and other expenses 

re purchase by the Commission 3,319.32 424.56 459.84 

Total operating expenses 446,569.03 96,256.42 178,132.28 

Interest: On bonds, $2,375,000.00 issued 
by the Commission to cover the pur- 
chase price of the railwavs 112,500.00 14,400.00 15,600.00 

Bank and other interest 21,161.76 8,813.05 15,646.69 

580,230.79 119,469.47 209,378.97 



Total 

$ c 

265,659.18 

118,566.55 

73,250.37 

147,595.73 

39,599.77 



24,321.48 
10.946.63 
36,814.30 

4,203.72 

720.957.73 



142,500.00 
45,621.50 

9C9,079.23 



Revenue 

Metropolitan Scarboro 

$' c. $ c. 

Passenger 338,683.44 77,102.34 

Freight 93,569.21 

Rentals of property — Including amount 

charged Niagara system for use of poles 13,851.90 709.05 

Miscellaneous 10,697.19 1,375.40 

456,801.74 79,186.79 

Deficit for the year 123,429.05 40,282.68 

580.230.79 119,469.47 



Mimico 

$ c. 



Total 

$ c. 



122,969.56 538,755.34 
93,569.21 



597.50 
945.58 



15,158.45 
13,018.17 



124,512.64 660,501 17 
84,866.33 248,578.06 



209,378.97 909,079.23 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 215 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 
AND NIPISSING SYSTEM 

The following balance sheet and operating account relate to the systems 
known as "Central Ontario and Trent" and "Nipissing" which, together, now 
serve electrical energy to sixty-three municipalities, companies and rural power 
districts. The Central Ontario and Trent system extends from the municipality 
of Pickering on the west to and including the city of Kingston on "he east and 
as far north as Lindsay. The Nipissing system supplies the municipalities 
of North Bay, Powassan, Callander, and Nipissing. The Central Ontario 
and Nipissing systems were purchased by the Provincial Government, as at the 
1st of March, 1916, from the Electric Power Company, Limited, the purchase 
price being the sum of $8,350,000. 

Since the acquisition of these properties, and their transfer to the Commission 
to operate in trust for the Government, it has been found necessary to enlarge, 
extend and improve the systems to meet the increasing demands for electrical 
service until at present the capital investment approximates $15,000,000. 

The Central Ontario system and the Trent System both receive their elec- 
trical energy from the same sources of power supply through the same main 
transmission network, and from the standpoint of power development and 
electrical operation are regarded as a unit and now known as the Central 
Ontario and Trent system. It may be explained that after the Central Ontario 
system was purchased by the Provincial Government, a number of municipalities 
in Central Ontario, from time to time, applied to the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission for power to be supplied under the provisions of the Power Commis- 
sion Act. The municipalities in Central Ontario which thus enter into direct 
relationship with the Hydro-Electric Power Commission are for purposes of 
financial administration grouped in what is termed the "Trent" system. 

The operation of these two systems — the "Central Ontario and Trent" and 
the "Nipissing" — entails the generation, transformation and transmission of 
electrical energy to thirty-three municipalities, twenty-three companies and 
seven rural power districts, and in addition thereto the operation of three gas 
plants — at Peterborough, Oshawa and Cobourg — the Cobourg waterworks, the 
Peterborough street railway, the Campbellford pulp mill and certain pulpwood 
limits connected therewith. 

With the exception of fourteen municipalities, namely, Bloomfield, Havelock, 
Kingston, Lakefield, Madoc, Marmora, Norwood, Omemee, Peterborough, 
Picton, Stirling, Warkworth, Wellington and Whitby, ten of which were connected 
to the system subsequent to the date of purchase, and constitute the Trent 
system, the whole property, local and otherwise, is operated and maintained 
by the Commission. Although the ownership of the whole plant is vested in 
the province (except the fourteen local systems of the municipalities mentioned), 
precisely the same methods, with respect to the control of rates, operation, 
maintenance, and provision for renewal of plant and equipment, are applied, 
as appertain to the other systems controlled and operated by the Commission. 

An annual adjustment of the system's capital cost and expenses is made 
and those municipalities operating their own utilities and which have contracts 
for power to be supplied at cost, receive an additional charge or credit — as the 
case may be — on account of power cost as ascertained by this adjustment, just 
as is done in the case of the municipalities comprising the Niagara system and 
other systems. 



216 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

CENTRAL ONTARIO 

(ALSO NIPISSING 

Operated by the Hydro-Electric 

Statement of Assets and 

Assets 
Central Ontario system: 

Power developments and hydraulic rights $7,774,359. 64 

Transformer stations 738,740 . 40 

Transmission lines 1,696,025. 75 

$10,209,125.79 



Local Utilities — Electric, gas, water and street railway ..... 2,909,617.25 

Service buildings 34,413 . 59 

\ipissing system: 

Power developments and standby plant 1699,462.94 

Transformer stations 36,308 . 55 

Transmission lines 42,361 . 80 

778,133.29 



Local Utilities— Electric 232,253 . 94 

Service buildings 6,343 . 66 

Rural power districts $146,406.99 

Less Government bonus 73,203 . 50 

73.203.49 



Pulp mill and pulpwood areas 537,248.89 

$14,780,339.90 



Sinking fund investments: 

In securities of the Province of Ontario at book value $52,418 . 49 

Interest accrued thereon 1,002 . 08 



Reserve fund, investments: 

In securities of the Province of Ontario at book value $583,217. 69 

In securities of (or guaranteed by) the Dominion of Canada 

at book value. 901,435.45 

Interest accrued thereon 23,031 . 25 

Other investments: 

Debentures of the town of Trenton, re sale of waterworks. . . $17,981 . 71 

Debentures of the town of Napanee, re sale of property and 

water privileges : 12,499. 15 

Interest accrued thereon 1,199.48 



Inventories: 

Tools and equipment $56,748 . 98 

Material and supplies : 266,875. 19 



Accounts receivable: 

Power and pulp mill accounts $93,783 . 55 

Consumers supply and sales account 20,045 . 45 

Consumers light and power accounts 25,110.45 



53,420.57 



,507,684.39 



31,680.34 



323,624.17 



$138,939.45 
Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 7,564. 73 



131,374.72 
Balances due by certain municipalities in respect of the ccst of power supplied to 

them as provided to be paid under their contracts with the Commission .... 25,569. 10 

Cash in banks.. 1,211.83 

Expenses and insurance prepaid 4,361 . 51 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — current account 179,573.40 



$17,038,839.93 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 217 

AND TRENT SYSTEM 

SYSTEM) 

Power Commission of Ontario 

Liabilities, October 31, 1926 

Liabilities 
Provincial Treasurer: 

Purchase price of system $8,350,000.00 

Debentures issued in connection with purchase of Bruton 

township pulpwood area 225,000.00 

Cash advances <. 6,096,230. 44 

$14,671,230.44 

Debentures assumed in respect of rural lines in Whitby and East 

Whitby townships $13,506.71 

Interest accrued thereon 624 . 95 



Accounts payable and accrued charges $38,040. 97 

Consumers' deposits '. 26,677 . 20 

Unearned water rates 2,586.06 



14,131.66 



67,304.23 



Balance due to certain municipalities in respect of amounts paid 

by them in excess of the cost of power supplied to them 

as provided to be paid under their contracts with the 

Commission 30,277 . 44 

Reserves for sinking funds: 

For retirement of bonds issued in purchase of Bruton town- 
ship pulpwood areas $59,610. 51 

For repayment of cost of mill at Bancroft 10,527.53 

70,138.04 

Reserve for renewals 1,883,973.12 

Reserve for contingencies 286,804 . 62 

Surplus . 14,980.38 

Contingent Liabilities: 

In respect of contracts entered into for works under con- 
struction $29, 148 . 00 



$17,038,839.93 



218 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CENTRAL ONTARIO 

(ALSO NIPISSING 

Operating Account for the Year 

Cost of Operation 
Power Department: 

Power purchased $8,112.93 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, trans- 
mission lines, stations, rural power districts, etc., in- 
cluding rentals of water powers, and the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of 
the power department 547,381 . 84 

Interest on capital investment 528,207 . 70 

Provision for renewal of generating plants, lines, stations, 

rural power districts, etc 97,897 . 96 

Provision for contingencies 38,617 . 05 

$1,220,217.48 

Utilities: 

Cost of operating and maintaining electric light distribution 

systems, gas systems, water system and the Peterborough 

street railway, including all materials and supplies 

purchased and the proportion of administrative expenses 

chargeable to the operation of these utilities $444,527. 17 

Interest on capital investment 148,886.00 

Provision for renewal of plants and equipment 54,400. 23 

Provision for contingencies 48,741 . 58 

696,554.98 

Total cost of operation of power department and 

utilities . . $1,916,772 . 46 

Net loss for year on operation of pulpmill and Bruton Township 

pulpwood areas 48,949 . 38 

$1,965,721.84 



Surplus 

Net operating shortage for year ending October 31, 1926 $8,528.6/ 

Balance as shown on statement of assets and liabilities 14,980.38 

$23,509.05 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



AND TRENT SYSTEM 

SYSTEM) 

ending October 31, 1926 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold to private companies and certain municipalities $321,287. 22 

Power supplied to certain other municipalities at cost in accord- 
ance with their contracts with the Commission 229,006. 13 

Power supplied at cost to the Peterborough street railway, the 

Campbellford pulp mill 72,763 . 43 

Light and power sold to consumers on the nineteen electric light 

distribution systems $1,018,603. 66 

Gas sold to consumers on three gas systems and sales of by- 
products 181,736.83 

Water sold to consumers on one water system 35,550. 14 

Revenue from Peterborough street railway 80,181 .06 

Total revenue from power department and utilities 

Net profit on sale of equipment and supplies 

Net operating shortage for year 



$623,056.78 



1,316,071.69 

$1,939,128.47 
18,064.70 

$1,957,193.17 

8,528.67 

$1,965,721.84 



Account 

Credit balance brought forward from October, 1925 



$23,509.05 



$23,509.05 



220 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CENTRAL ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each of the following Municipalities 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

ascertaining, by annual adjustment, the actual cost of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horse- 
power 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which interest 

and fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating costs 



Operating, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Bloom field . . . 
Havelock .... 
Lakefield .... 
Marmora .... 
Norwood .... 
Peterborough 

Picton 

Warkworth . . 
Wellington . . 
Whitby 



()(] 



$ c. 
70.00and71 

58.00 
42. 00 and 76.00 

35.00 

35.00 

22.50 
48. 00 and 59 .00 

65.00 
46. 00 and 61 

25.00 



.0(1 



Rural Power Districts — 
Powmanville — Darlington 

township 

Campbellford — S e ym o u r 
township. 

— Rawdon township . . 
Colborne — H a 1 d i m a n d 

township 

Kingston — Kingston town- 
ship 

Oshawa — East Whitby 
township. 

— Whitby township. 
— Pickering township. 
Pickering — Whitby town- 
ship 

— Pickering township. 
Trenton — Murray town- 
ship 

Wellington— H a 1 1 o w e 1 1 
township 



$ c. 
38,342.40 
71,924.14 
49,914.38 
20,758.59 
22,693.72 
1,095,411.65 

205,951.64 
15,057.59 
41,770.95 

145,844.65 



1,233.46 

12,058.54 

6,563.92 

12,461.35 

45,914.67 

8,610.57 
350. It 



77.1 
198.5 
114.6 

64.7 

85.8 

4,907.4 

493.5 

37.4 
106.5 
581. 



50.5 
24.3 
38.3 

185.9 

32.4 
1.5 



$ c. 
1,571.59 
3,863.89 
2,802.79 
1,116.74 
1,696.34 
50,640.73 
7,602.94 
823.42 
2,068.66 
8,042.72 



63.75 

525.72 
330.81 
633.56 

2,358.78 

432.67 
20.47 



$ c. 
1,829.83 
3,427.80 
2,380.68 

994.88 

1,077.89 

52,717.97 

9,821.49 

717.95 
1,991.51 
6,944.18 



58.64 

572.89 
312.23 
593 . 49 

2,185.94 

403.16 
16.68 



1.794.862.98 



7,004.4 



84,595.58 



86,047.21 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



AND TRENT SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



as the Cost of Power supplied to it under its contract with the Commission, the amount 
cost, and the amount credited or charged to each Municipality upon 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1926 



and fixed charges 


Total 


Company 
balances 


Total cost of 

power for 
vear as pro- 
vided to be 
paid under 
contracts 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of 
power by annual 
adjustment 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
545.01 
867.45 


$ c. 

120.83 

238.46 

166.72 

76.80 

82.00 

3,682.19 

626. It 

51.73 

138.94 

493 . 67 

4.24 

41.84 
23 . 95 
42.22 

155.71 

29.20 
1. 18 


$ c. 
4,067.26 
8,397.60 
6,018.70 
2,420.07 
3,062.62 
115,116.33 

20,750.32 
1,786.64 
4,728.13 

16,730.03 

136.92 

1,236.24 

728.34 

1,408.28 

5,085.20 

941.35 
41.03 


$ c. 
247 . 30 
636.70 
367.59 
207.53 
275.21 
15,740.74 

1,582.93 
119.96 
341.60 

1,863.59 

16.04 

161.9? 
77.94 

122.85 

596.28 

103.92 
4.81 


$ c. 
4,314.56 
9,034.30 
6,386.29 
2,627.60 
3,337.83 
130,857.07 

22,333.25 
1,906.60 
5,069.73 

18,593.62 

152.96 

1,398.22 

806.28 

1,531.13 

5,681.48 

1,045.27 
45.84 


% c. 
5,466.71 

11,513.01 

7,935.48 

2,264.48 

3,002.68 

110,415.90 

28,139.33 
2,429.33 
6,234.18 

14,525.74 

152.96 

1,398.22 

806.28 

1,531.13 

5,681.48 

1,045.27 
45 . 84 


$ .c. 
1,152.15 
2,478.71 
1,549.19 

5,806.08 

522.73 

1,164.45 


$ c. 


668.51 




231.65 

206.39 

8,075.44 

2,699.13 


363.12 

335.15 

20,441.17 


193.54 
529.02 




1,249.46 


4,067 . 88 


10.29 






95.79 






61.35 






139.01 






384.77 






76.32 






2.70 




























16,035.83 


5,976.44 


192,655.06 


22,466.97 


215,122.03 


202,588.02 


12,673.31 


25,207.32 



222 



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No. 26 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT 
Operating Report for year 



Name of district and townships included 
therein 



Total capital investment in each 
district and the amount of Govern- 
ment grant applied thereto 



Total 



Government 
grant 



Balance 



Bowmanville — Darlington township 

Campbellford — Rawdon and Seymour townships 

Colborne — Haldimand township 

Kingston — Kingston township 

Oshawa — East Whitby, Whitby, Burlington and Dar 

lington townships 

Pickering — Pickering and Whitby townships 

Trenton — Murray township 

Wellington — Hallowell township 



$ c 
720.18 

13,939.98 
15,918.90 
28,454.18 

72,839.21 

14,860.37 

705.84 

335.68 



$ c 
360.09 

6,969.99 

7,959.45 

14,227.09 

35,500.71 

7,430.19 

352.92 

167.84 



147,774.34 



72,968.28 



$ c. 
360.09 

6,969.99 

7,959.45 

14,227.09 

37,338.50 

7,430.18 

352.92 

167.84 



74,806.06 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 
(ALSO NIPISSING SYSTEM) 

Reserve for Renewals Account, October 31, 1926 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1925 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1925 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By charges against operation $155,896. 35 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances to the credit 

of the account 67,272.89 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1926 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 



$1,827,202.25 

144,514.34 

$1,682,687.91 



223,169.24 



$1 



905,857.15 
21,884.03 
$1,883,973.12 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Ending October 31, 1926 



RURAL OPERATING 





Cost of 
















operation, 














Cost of 


maintenance 


Interest on 












power to 


and 


capital 


Renewal 


Contin- 


Total 






Commis- 


administra- 


invest- 


charges 


gencies 


cost 


Revenue 


Credited 


sion 


tion 


ment 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


152.96 


14.90 
Cr. 586.95 


17.25 


14.40 


3.60 


203.11 


205.09 


1.98 


1,398.22 


481.58 


333.79 


278.71 


69.68 


1,975.03 


2,604.37 


629.34 


806.28 


1,005.16 


348.95 


291.36 


72.84 


2,524.59 


2,746.79 


222.20 


1,756.13 


1,003.81 


677.14 


565.39 


141.35 


4,143.82 


4,859.57 


715.75 


5,681.48 


3,801.65 


1,768.33 


1,439.73 


355.33 


13,046.52 


19,267.32 


6,220.80 


1,045.27 


975.60 


228.60 


190.88 


47.72 


2,488.07 


2,976.10 


488.03 


45.84 


■ 8.79 


16.91 


14.12 


3.53 


89.19 


103.13 


13.94 


40.16 


18.64 


7.90 


6.60 


1.65 


74.95 


80.39 


5.44 


10,926.34 


6,723.18 


3,398.87 


2,801.19 


695.70 


24,545.28 


32,842.76 


8,297.48 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 
(ALSO NIPISSING SYSTEM) 

Reserve for Contingencies Account October 31, 1926 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1925 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1926: 

By charges against operation $87,852 . 03 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances to the credit 

of the account 7,67 1 . 00 



$191,281.59 



95,523.03 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1926 



$286,804.62 



224 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CENTRAL ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each of the following Municipalities 

thereon, adjustments made and interest added during the year, also the net 

in the year ending October 31, 1926, and the accumulated amount 



Municij ality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge 
at October 31, 1925 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 

such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Bloomfield 


Apr., 1919 
Feb., 1921 

Aug., 1920 
Jan., 1921 

Feb., 1921 
Mar., 1913 

Apr., 1919 
Oct., 1923 

Apr., 1919 
Jan., 1926 

Jan., 1924 

Aug., 1924 
Aug., 1925 
Jan., 1923 

Apr., 1918 

Jan., 1926 
Jan., 1924 
Nov., 1925 


$ c. 

990.74 

2,474.57 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
990.74 


Havelock 






2,474.57 


Lakefield 


2,071.39 
124.71 

62.52 
16,545.57 


2,071.39 
124.71 

62.52 
16,545.57 




Marmora . . . 






Norwood 






Peterborough 






Picton 


534.59 
393.65 


534.59 


Warkworth 






393.65 


Wellington 


325.38 


325.38 




Whitbv 






Rural Power Districts — 
Bowmanville — Darlington 
township 


122.39 






3 60 


Campbellford — S ey m o u r 
township. 
— Rawdon township . . . 


341.05 




69.66 


Colborne— Haldiirand twp. 
Kingston — Kingston twp. . 
Oshawa — East Whitby twp. 

— Whitby township. 

— Pickering township. 

— Darlington township. . 
Pickering — Pickering twp. 

— Whitby township 

Trenton- — Murrav twp 


91.19 
803 . 30 

8,690.37 


14.47 






137.50 






264.64 








36.94 






3.53 


Wellington — Hallowell twp. 
















Totals 




14,137.74 


19,470.62 


19,129.57 


4,886.95 









927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



lib 



AND TRENT SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



in respect of power supplied to it to October 31, 1925, the cash receipts and payments 
amount Credited or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
standing as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1926 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the vear ending 

October 31, 1926 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1926 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
19.95 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,152.15 
2,478.71 

1,549.19 


% c. 


$ c. 

1,172.10 
2,518.18 

1,519.91 


$ c. 


39.47 










29.28 
1.75 

1.02 
359.01 








363.12 

335.15 
20,441.17 


364.87 








336 17 






20,800.18 


8.43 


5,806.08 

522.73 

1,164.45 


5,814.51 
529.82 

1,159.32 




7.09 










5.13 








4,067.88 


4,067.88 


4.75 




1.98 

• 629.34 
222.20 

715.75 

6,220.80 

488.03 

13.94 

5.44 


125.52 

202.20 

301.98 

1,408.18 

14,983.56 
488 . 03 






16.43 






3.06 






26.63 








337.03 
















1.34 






48.69 
5.44 




















447.75 


412.62 


20,970.79 


25,207.32 


30,277.44 


25,569.10 



9 H 



226 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



APPROPRIATIONS, ADVANCES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 
For the year ended October 31, 1926 






Appropriations made by the Legislature for the purposes of the Commission, Gash 

Advances by the Province to the Commission on account of such appropriations, 

and the Capital Expenditures made on each Undertaking and System by 

the Commission out of such Cash Advances in the Year Ending 

October 31, 1926 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Appropriations by the Legislature: 

For developments $2,600,000 . 00 

For steam plant. 5,000,000.00 

For transmission lines, transformer stations, and rural lines 3,500,000.00 

For eastern lines 500,000.00 

$11,600,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations $1,846,528.40 

Cash advances 1924 and 1925 — unexpended por- 
tions brought forward 318,353 . 39 

$2,164,881.79 

Unexpended portion returnable to the Province. . .• 170,815.79 

$1,994,066.00 

Capital expenditure by the Commission : 

On Queenston-Chippawa development $437,732 . 19 

On Ontario Power generating station 4,808 . 68 

On Toronto Power generating stations 2,257 . 70 

On right-of-way 168,293 . 22 

On steel- tower lines 32,197.03 

On wood-pole lines. 123,349.88 

On transformer stations 740,239.95 

On rural power districts 496,809.51 

On rural lines 563 . 94 

On local systems 1,557.68 

On eastern lines 27,197 . 14 

$2,035,006.92 
Less — Amount realized from sale, to municipality of Amherst - 

burg, of the local distribution system 40,940 . 92 

Total $1,994,060 00 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 227 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Embracing Severn, Eugenia, Wasdells and Muskoka Divisions 

Appropriations by Legislature $700.000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations $136,199.33 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 

brought forward 64,042 . 52 

$200,241.85 

Unexpended portion reti.rnable to the Province 10,056. 19 

$190,185.66 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $153,383.88 

On transformer stations 11,020.71 

On rural power districts 30,667 . 65 

On rural lines 10. 78 

$195,083.02 
On transmission lines- 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 4,897.36 

Total $190,185.66 



ST. LAWRENCE AND OTTAWA SYSTEMS 

Appropriations by Legislature I $800,000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations , $137,011 . 23 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 

brought forward 35,629 . 13 

$172,640.36 

Appropriated for expenditures in excess of cash advances to 

October, 1924 48,028.94 

$124,611.42 

Unexpended portion returnable to the Province 1,796. 13 

$122,815.29 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On surveys and engineering re power site on 
St. Lawrence river (St. Lawrence 

system) $58,703.74 

On transmission lines (St. Lawrence system) 14,312 . 92 

On rural power districts (St. Lawrence 

system) 12,995.32 

$86,011.98 
On transformer stations — receipts in excess 

of expenditures (St. Lawrence svstem). 5,591.95 

$80,420.03 

On surveys and engineering re power sites on 

Ottawa river (Ottawa system) $24,885 . 59 

On rural power districts (Ottawa svstem). . 17,509.67 

— 42,395.26 

Total $122,815 . 29 



228 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

RIDEAU SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature $200,000. 00 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations S47,323. 19 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 

brought forward 5,911 . 20 



$53,234.39 
Expended out of renewal and other reserve funds of the system . 2,421 . 65 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $55,1 17 . 25 

On transformer stations 484 . 93 

On transmission lines 53 86 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations $857,374.43 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 

brought forward 126,712 . 30 



$984,086.73 
Unexpended portion returnable to the Province 156. 86 



Capital expenditure by the Commission : 

On power development $691,551 . 38 

On transmission lines 121,827.58 

On transformer stations 170,550.91 



$1,085,000.00 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations $151,967.88 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 

brought forward 70,532 . 12 



$222,500.00 

Unexpended portion returnable to the Province 89,550.03 

Capital expenditure by the Commission : 

On power development (Central Ontario system) $92,665.56 

On transformer stations (Central Ontario system) 13,220.29 

On transmission lines (Central Ontario system) 10,511 . 82 

On service buildings (Central Ontario system) 36. 93 

On local utilities (Central Ontario system) 34,871 . 75 

On rural power districts (Central Ontario system) 17,956. 69 

On power development (Nipissing system) , 2,281 . 71 

On transmission lines (Nipissing system) 370. 36 

On local utilities (Nipissing system) 8,309. 50 



On transformer stations and transmission 

lines (Central Ontario system), Receipts 

in excess of expenditures $45,982 . 40 

On transformer stations and transmission 

lines (Nipissing system), Receipts in 

excess of expenditures 1,292. 24 



$180,224.61 



47,274.64 



$55,656.04 



Total $55,656.04 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature $1,700,000.00 



$983,929.87 



Total $983,929.87 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND NIPISSING SYSTEMS 

Appropriations by Legislature: 

Central Ontario system $825,000.00 

Nipissing system 260,000.00 



$132,949.97 



Total $132,949. 97 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 229 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Appropriations by Legislature $600,000. 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such 

appropriations $14,700.00 

Cash advances, 1925 — unexpended portion 
. brought forward 6,122.40 



Credit balance created in respect of previous 
years' advances for office buildings by reason 
of expenditures made therefrom, having 
now been written off to operations $11,165. 13 

Less — service building and equipment expendi- 
tures 222.81 



$20,822.40 



10,942.32 



Balance returnable to Province $31,764. 72 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 
Essex District 

Proceeds from sale of $850,000.00 par value of Bonds issued for 

the purposes of the Railway ; $850,000. 00 

Expended out of Renewal and other funds belonging to the 

Railway 6,472 . 48 

$856,472.48 

Capital Expenditure by the Commissi6n 856,472.48 

Guelph District 

Capital expenditure by the Commission out of General Funds belonging to the 

Railway $12,006.69 

Toronto and York District 

Borrowings from the Bank of Montreal employed as working 

capital as at October 31, 1923 $273,706.51 

Less — Portion of above funds still employed as working capital 

as at October 31, 1926 261,556.44 

$12,150.07 

Capital expenditure by the Commission 12,150. 07 

Port Credit to St. Catharines Line 

Cash in the hands of the Commission on October 31, 1925, being 

the unexpended balance of borrowings, $500,000.00 $111,604. 56 

Less — Cash in the hands of the Commission, belonging to the 

railway on October 31, 1926 90,312.54 

$21,292.02 

Capita! expenditure by the Commission 21,292.02 

Toronto to Port Credit Line 

Expended out of Renewal and other reserve funds of the Commission $14,544. 18 



230 



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1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 231 



SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 

The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents the results of the 
operation of the various Hydro systems from a municipal standpoint collectively 
and individually. Statements prepared from figures extracted from the books of 
all Hydro municipalities are submitted herein to show how each has operated 
during the past year; also the financial status at the present time; as well as 
much useful statistical information, all so arranged as to permit of comparisons 
being made between various systems and between different municipalities in 
each system. 

The books of account in all municipalities which have contracted with the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for a supply of power are kept 
in accordance with the provisions set forth in the publication "Uniform Account- 
ing for Municipal Electric Utilities," issued by the Commission. The Commis- 
sion, by a system of periodical inspections and reports, keeps in close touch with 
the operating conditions of each local system. 

During the year 1926, the uniform accounting system was installed in the 
following municipalities as each became ready for the service: Amherstburg, 
Erie Beach, Fonthill, La Salle, Richmond Hill and Russell. 

Periodical inspections were made of the books of all Hydro municipalities, 
and local officials have been assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities, much of the bookkeeping is performed 
by representatives of the Municipal Audit department, in order to insure the 
employment of proper classifications of revenue and expenditures, to save time 
in preparation of reports, to insure compliance with all the requirements of the 
standard accounting system, and to make certain that the accounts represent 
as truly as possible the actual operating results for the year; 

The first financial statement in this preface presents consolidated operating 
reports for each year since Hydro was inaugurated and combines the results of 
all the systems. Study of this statement will show that the revenue has been 
increasing to a most satisfactory degree. The combined annual surplusses, after 
providing all possible cost of operation, including an adequate depreciation 
charge, amounted in 1926 to $1,177,188.45. 

The second statement presents consolidated balance sheets for each year 
since 1912, and also shows clearly the march of progress. It is worth noting that 
the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 in 1913 to $60,616,620.95 



232 NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

in 1926, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to $82,739,409.22. The lia- 
bilities have not increased in the same proportion as the assets, rising from 
$10,468,351.79 to $43,972,738.87. The reason for this is that much of the cost 
of the increasing plant value has been financed out of surplus and reserve accounts 
without increasing the liabilities of the various systems. By this procedure the 
funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination of the results 
will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of net debt to total 
assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 55.5 per cent in 1926. The equity 
in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission system automatically acquired through 
the inclusion of sinking fund as part of the cost of power is not taken into account 
in arriving at these percentages. 

The seven statements, "A" to "G," following the two consolidated reports 
show the results of operations and the financial status of each municipal system, 
and also give information respecting revenue, number of consumers and con- 
sumption; cost of power to municipalities; power and lighting rates charged to 
consumers, etc. Some of the figures are comparative for all the years of operation. 
In the statements "A," "B," and "C" the figures are arranged in groups under 
each system and alphabetically for the municipalities in each system; in state- 
ment "D," the municipalities are arranged in three groups — cities, towns and 
small municipalities; in statements "E" to "G" all "Hydro" municipalities are 
arranged alphabetically. 

Statement "A" shows balance sheets for each municipality with the plant 
value sub-divided into the general natural sub-divisions specified in the standard 
accounting system, and there are also shown the other items which make up 
the total assets. It is to be noted that among the assets there are items entitled 
"Equity in Hydro System." These items represent the amount of accumulated 
Sinking Fund paid by the various municipalities through the medium of "Power 
Cost" toward the ultimate retirement of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission's 
construction debt. The total accumulation to the end of 1926 is shown on the 
consolidated balance sheet to be $8,046,868.53. 

In each case the balance sheet is complete and final, including either in 
"Accounts receivable," or "Accounts payable," the adjustments with the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of the differences between the estimated and 
the actual costs of power to the municipality. 

The actual liabilities of each local system are set out under their general 
sub-divisions, — debenture balance, accounts payable, bank overdraft, and other 
liabilities, this last account including local debentures issued by municipalities 
to finance ornamental street-lighting systems as local improvements. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission system, are also listed separately and totalled; and under the 
heading "Surplus" are included not only the free operating profit but the accumu- 
lation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also the amount of deben- 
tures already retired out of revenue, which properly belong under this heading. 

The "Depreciation reserve" now amounts to 18.4 per cent, of the total 
depreciable plant, while the "Depreciation reserve" and "Surplus" combined 
have already reached the sum of $29,771,831.59, approximating forty-nine per 
cent of the total plant cost. 



1927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 233 

Statement "B" is a consolidated condensed operating report, showing the 
essential figures of each municipal system's operation in such a manner as to 
facilitate a ready comparison of the various results, The population served by 
each system, as well as the number of customers and the load taken in December, 
1926, are also shown in order to give an idea of the relative sizes of the respective 
utilities. 

Of the 249 municipalities included in this report, a total of ten failed to meet 
their actual cost of operation without regard to depreciation. A total of twenty- 
five, including the above, failed to provide full theoretical depreciation in addition 
to all operating and maintenance expenses, but their relative unimportance is 
clearly disclosed by an examination of the reports. These twenty-five municipali- 
ties indicate a total theoretical loss of $19,676.00, while the remaining 224 muni- 
cipalities piled up a surplus of $1,196,864.45, thus leaving a net surplus for all 
Hydro municipalities of $1,177,188.45 during the year. 

Statement "C" shows detailed operating reports for each utility. The 
cost of power includes the adjustment made by this Commission and hence 
covers the actual cost and not the cost of the interim billed rates. 

Statement "D," in many respects, is the most interesting report in the 
series. It gives more information respecting the actual results of operation from 
the viewpoint of the consumer than is obtainable from the published reports of 
any other system of electric utilities regardless of where operated or whether 
publicly or privately owned. 

This statement "D" shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number 
of consumers, average monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net 
average cost per kilowatt-hour both for domestic and for commercial service in 
each municipality since "Hydro" service was first installed. For comparative 
purposes the rates in effect prior to the installation of "Hydro" service are also 
indicated. The average flat-rate cost of horsepower as billed to power customers 
since 1917 is also shown. 

In many municipalities the average monthly bill has increased during the 
past few years. This is due to the steady increase in the use of better lighting, 
and the general installation of ranges, heaters and miscellaneous appliances. 
It is estimated that over 54,000 electric ranges are now in use and the number is 
increasing rapidly. In practically all municipalities the cost per kilowatt-hour 
has been steadily declining, due to the constantly increasing use of electric 
appliances, the adoption of a maximum follow-up rate of two cents per kilowatt- 
hour for domestic and farm service throughout the province, and the consequently 
large number of kilowatt-hours consumed at the lower rate. Consult also the 
special introduction to statement "D" on page 338. 

Statement "E" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates set by this Commission, the revenue for 1926 and the cost 
per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "F" and Statement "G" present the local rates in use by 
each utilitv, and also those charged bv the Commission on the interim power 
bills. 



234 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



Municipalities Out of Debt 

The automatic reduction in the debenture debt, due to the annual principal 
or sinking fund payments being provided for out of revenue, and the remarkable 
accumulation of assets reflect the satisfactory financial condition of the Hydro 
utilities generally. The tabular statements which follow show in condensed form 
the relation of assets to liabilities in seventy-nine municipalities. In the first 
fifty-one municipalities the quick assets such as cash, bonds, accounts receivable 
and inventories exceed in value the total liabilities, including the debenture 
balance, and they may fairly be considered as being out of debt. In the remain- 
ing twenty-eight municipalities, the excess of liabilities over the quick assets is 
relatively so small that a number of them will be transferred to the "out-of-debt"' 
list when the books are closed at the end of 1927. 



MUNICIPALITIES OUT OF DEBT 



Municipality 



Total 
assets 



Total 

current 

liabilities 



Total 
current 

assets 



Excess of 

current 

assets over 

current 

liabilities 



Acton. . 

Ailsa Craig. . . . 

Baden 

Beachville 

Both well 

Brigden 

Brockville 

Chesterville. . . 

Coldwater 

Col ling wood . . . 

Creemore 

Delaware 

Dorchester .... 

Dresden 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dutton 

Georgetown . . . 

Granton 

Guelph 

Highgate 

Huntsville 

Lucan 

Mitchell 

Mount Brydges 

Norwich 

Otter ville 

Owen Sound . . . 

Picton 

Port Arthur . . . 

Prescott 

Ridgetown .... 

Rock wood 

Rodney 

St. George 

St. Thomas. 

Seaforth 

Stavner 



$ c. 
61,748.40 
22,189.65 
24,159.57 
39,688.49 
31,777.08 
19,614.10 

496,860.76 
36,753.61 
23,912.55 

187,893.68 
22,508.36 
8,220.94 
16,270.14 
44,065 . 60 
23,492.11 
60,295.49 
27,589.28 
99,946.46 
11,386.35 

715,384.94 
15,497.94 
58,773.85 
32,690.28 
92,844.54 
15,279.74 
53,819.66 
15,102. U 

372,240.34 

109,175.97 
,703,152.00 

103,574.28 
72,613.48 
14,471.39 
26,468.09 
21,396.50 

589,478.25 
98,547.99 
34,756.90 



$ c. 
4,145.94 
3,176.18 
3,376.05 
3,660.84 
5,069.09 
3,347.1 

80,150.13 
5,151.58 
5,232.73 

17,859.57 
3,519.21 
3,041.54 
3,380.60 
7,676.64 
2,910.51 

15,381.57 
6,783.68 

16,850.66 
2,844.69 

72,174.54 
4,052.91 

13,584.39 
7,082.19 
4,484.34 
3,265.23 
9,459.77 
2,670.01 

20,194.67 

1,991.87 

306,022.80 

8,822.16 

9,540.73 



7,000.22 

4,672.22 

79,529.79 

16,074.56 

7,638.10 



$ c. 
9,914.93 
4,638.39 
3,399.16 
9,824.70 

14,350.41 

5,360.97 

153,340.31 

16,183.81 
8,395.69 

40,367.93 
7,821.87 
3,994.78 
3,702.08 
8,582.47 
9,215.89 

22,404.66 
9,154.16 

27,011.97 

3,748.62 

126,033.11 

4,738.18 

16,808.17 
9,149.77 

13,803.78 
6,759.91 

11,324.78 
3,693.95 

39,348.95 

47,589.51 
533,810.43 

18,107.46 

22,860.56 
1,475.37 
8,679,36 

10,840.40 

95,882.60 

19,479.94 
8,443.90 



$ c. 

5,768.99 

1,522:21 

23.11 

6,163.86 

9,281.32 

2,013.79 

73,190.18 

11,032.23- 

3,162.96 

22,508.36 

4,302.66 

953.24 

321.45 

905.83 

6,305.38 

7,023.09 

2,370.48 

10,161.31 

903.9S 

53,858.57 

685.27 

3,223.78 

2,067.5^ 

9,319.44 

3,494. 6S 

1,865.01 

1,023.94 

19,154.28- 

45,597.64 

227,787.63 

9,285.30 

13,319.83 

1,475.37 

1,679.14 

6,168.18 

16,352.81 

3.405. 38 

805 . 80 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



MUNICIPALITIES OUT OF DEBT— Continued 



Municipality 



Total 
assets 



Total 

current 

liabilities 



Total 

current' 

assets 



Excess of 

current 

assets over 

current 

liabilities 



Tavistock. . . . 
Thamesfonl . . 
Thamesville . . 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . . 
Waterdown . . 

Waterford 

Waubaushene 
Williamsburg . 
Winchester . . . 
Woodville.. . . 
Zurich 



$ c. 

37,697.58 

22,759.87 

37,939.91 

107,840.34 

57,430.07 

132,955.29 

39,865.30 

39,191.14 

9,116.87 

5,445.79 

35,212.36 

17,235.43 

18,363.96 



$ c. 

4,864.11 

3,069.28 

7,598.04 

6,650.15 

10,280.57 

22,411.84 

3,543.28 

903.05 

2,202.24 

1,426.10 

10,034.76 

4,508.99 

4,789.81 



$ c. 

9,784.34 

8,356.75 

14,520.54 

19,620.94 

23,202.62 

35,306.56 

14,362.94 

7,082.91 

2,238.55 

1,851.00 

15,628.75 

6,291.44 

4,951.65 



$ c. 

4,920.23 

5,287.47 

6,922.50 

12,970.79 

12,922.05 

12,894.72 

10,819.66 

6,179.86 

36.31 

424.90 

5,593.99 

1,782.45 

161.84 



MUNICIPALITIES NEARLY OUT OF DEBT 



Municipality 



Total 
assets 



Total 

current 

liabilities 



Total 
current 
assets 



Net balance 

current 

liabilities 

over current 

assets 



Beaverton 

Belle River .... 

Brampton 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . . 

Chesley 

Drayton 

Elmvale 

Exeter 

Forest 

Grand Valley . . 
Gravenhurst . . . 

Hensall 

Ingersoll 

Lambeth 

Leamington 

Lynden 

Merritton 

New Toronto . . 
Palmerston .... 

Paris 

Petrolia 

St. Jacobs 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 

Watford 

Woodbridge . . . 
Woodstock. . 



$ c. 
50,756.01 
23,483.24 

189,705.72 
18,525.47 
7,673.69 
56,927.81 
23,442.05 
23,013.70 
57,411.48 
70,251.51 
23.419.91 
93,438.59 
28,628.15 

264,214.40 
13,625.29 

123,027.50 
13,754.67 
52,800.69 

226,199.54 
56,002.16 

197,215.53 

135,995.23 
15,995.35 
33,507.09 
15,563.11 
33,365.39 
31,600.66 

455,200.53 



$ c. 

11,587.13 
7,764.37 

36,381.44 
2,593.13 
2,085.60 

16,578.49 
8,120.49 
5,968.49 

14,046.68 

19,492.22 
7,058.54 

23,344.11 

11,028.05 

46,034.70 
3,599.46 

49,442 . 47 
3,590.37 
4,152.73 

15,702.04 
9,311.55 

25,608.65 

41,033.43 
4,062.86 

16,207.59 
3,787.45 
5,817.54 
6,807.34 



54,368.39 



$ c. 

10,347.46 
5,008.92 

27,491.85 
2,280.26 
1,596.30 

11,879.68 
7,802.01 
5,256.64 

12,940.49 

15,154.74 
6,591.24 

21,156.39 

10,952.15 

27,024.28 
3,508.68 

32,627.38 
2,819.00 
1,845.49 

12,737.71 
8,521.99 

23,887.02 

28,685.42 
3,302.80 

13,110.98 
2,932.92 
5,796.43 
6,161.36 

45,965.28 



$ c. 

1,239.67 

2,755.45 

8,889.59 

312.87 

489.30 

4,698.81 

318.48 

711.85 

1,106.19 

4,337.48 

467.30 

2,187.72 

75.90 

19,010.42 

90.78 

16,815.09 

771.37 

2,307.24 

2,964.33 

789.56 

1,721.63 

12,348.01 

760.06 

3,096.61 

854.53 

21.11 

645.98 

8,403.11 



236 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 



1912 



1913 



1914 



1915 



Number of municipalities included 



28 



45 



69 



99 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light 

Commercial power 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



$ c. 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 



$ c 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 



■$ c. 

944,271.08 

720,209.26 

1,501,797.78 



560,925.56 
' 53,543 .' 24 



698,409.71 
"57,482." 41 



835,970.87 
'68,046 .29 



Total earnings 



1,617,674.00 



2,617,439.51 



3,433,656.16 



4,070,295.28 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . . . 

Undistributed expense 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 



789,632.87 
78,394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53,108.38 

84,903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154,932.69 
65,423.64 

528,549.21 



1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

.9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 



1,485,614.72 

107,607.31 

25,935.56 

154,409.71 
11,508.92 
12,899.14 
47,494.26 

136,983.38 
74,402.55 
131,541.27 
236,777.86 
129,209.15 
817,978.89 



Total expenses . 



1,377,168.00 



2,041,183.40 



2,678,328.34 



3,371,414.00 



Surplus 

Depreciation charge . 



240,506.00 
124,992.47 



576,256.11 
262,675.24 



755,327.82 
357,883.31 



698,881.28 
414,506.99 



Surplus less depreciation 



115,513.53 



313,580.87 



397,444.51 



284,374.29 



*Debenture payments included in "Interest. 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



OPERATING REPORT 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921. 


1922 


128 


143 


166 


181 


186 


205 


214 


$ c 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


$ c 
1,991,632.31 
1,175,143 56 
3,443,107.13 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3-,752,188.22 

532,279.09 

1,005,535.11 

168,919.95 

189,778.63 


$ c 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145,566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263 38 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


988,900.95 


1,160,446.81 
105,877 09 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


228,270.65 


187,689.39 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


10,981,942.30 


12,756,104.21 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333 97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,563,880.17 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 

238,257.34 

60,805.92 

223,347.81 
30,488.83 
63,155.56 
65,149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962.78 
208,660.76 
421,680.15 
117,474.07 
1,238,425.53 

* 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 

77,789.22 

236,504.75 

452,131.22 

190,690.09 

1,285,571.51 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 

78,294.85 

295,942.88 

559,695.29 

256,400.33 

1,431,807.16 

* 


4,876,650.31 
314,838.35 
104,798.01 

487,918.33 

65,088.46 

116,722.97 

134,854.92 

297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 
998,611.47 

532,183.96 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 

52,932.26 

107,806.88 

143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 
1,074,657.44 

635,469.90 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


9,317,781.00 


11,343,765.78 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 
718,162.30 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
902,028.75 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


357,393.72 


385,367.80 


627,542.01 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 


619,726.45 


696,524.19 



'Debenture payments included in "Interest. 



238 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



Year . 



1923 



024 



1925 



1926 



Number of municipalities included 



224 



!41 



24, 



249 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light 

Commerical power 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 

Total earnings 

Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting . 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expense 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 

Total expenses 

Surplus 

Depreciation charge 

Surplus less depreciation 



5,166,452 
3,260,772 
5,927,666 
1,161,598 
1,269,604 
116,639 
316.311 



S 
5,993,231. 
3,566,227. 
6,222,865. 
1,352,966. 
1,356,668. 
75,100. 
231,663. 



17,219,044.46 



18,798,723.43 



8,699,026.67 
474,442.13 
133,815.53 

636,477.41 

75,920.10 

139,104.81 

218,682.02 

299,579.08 
184,371.00 
444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359,206.91 
1,615,205.16 

990,907.14 



9,669,789.40 
430,056.09 
202,050.04 

648,700.62 

82,936.50 

141,231.23 

237,316.20 

269,973.30 
202,060.74 
490,273.30 
889,907.66 
494,078.50 
1,779,991.26 

1,122,798.87 



15,208,508.35 



16,661.163.71 



2,010,536.11 

916.782.75 



2,137,559.72 
973,649.62 



1,093,753.36 



1,163,910.10 



S 
6,723,539, 
3,901,219. 
6,658,973, 
1,923,093 
1,441,769. 
37,975. 
288,041. 



S c. 
7,660,191.25 
4,225,959.77 
6,868,005.94 
1,922,512.34 
1,492,385.10 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 



20,974,611.39 



22,677,999.28 



11,216,797.53 
417,921.71 
222,097.08 

695,831.87 

80,708.63 

161,575.86 

277,129.13 

278,423.22 
225,220.60 
552,120.50 
925,844.34 
533,427.47 
1,996,325.24 

1,304,326.67 



12,326,255.18 
463,904.51 
286,520.37 

803,313.92 

80,316.51 

196,521.33 

296,846.38 

299,582.10 
243,763.04 
588,712.41 
823,793.22 
468,582.37 
2,102,542.56 

1,362,577.88 



18,887,749.85 



20,343,231.78 



2,086,861.54 
1,079,618.42 



2,334,767.50 
1,157,579.05 



1,007,243.1: 



177,188.45 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



239 



CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET 



Year 



Number of municipalities included 



1913 



45 



1914 



69 



1915 



99 



1916 



128 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground . . . 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street lighting equipment — regular. . . 
Street lighting equipment — ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses . . 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



Total plant. 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in Hydro systems 

Other assets 



Total assets 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 

Other liabilities 



626 

1,090 

2,690 

644 

615 

840 

900 

62 

866, 

1,401, 

341, 



$ c. 
,707.34 
,875.69 
,834.74 
,514.24 
546.20 
606.64 
614.80 
765.34 
551.89 
175.28 
277.00 



10,081,469.16 



450,887.9! 



344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431.747.27 



58,959.93 



,907,826.86 



Total liabilities 



Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. system 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



Total reserves , 



Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Additional operating surplus. 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 
Percentage of net debt to total assets . . 



8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 



10,468,351 .79 



S c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 



12,901,125.40 



422,350.12 



561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 



123,410.97 



15,249,203.36 



10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 



12,702,689.81 



478,145.88 



478,145. 



202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 



961,329.19 



11,907,826.86 



88 



873 
1,582 
4,234 

928 

981 
1,418 
1,309 

197 
1,701 

461 
1,184 



$ c 
,838.18 
,062.56 
,626.05 
,420.77 
,754.70 
,165.08 
,628.49 
,644.82 
,182.66 
,651.60 
,372.86 



1,335 

1,934 

4,832 

1,095 

1,179 

1,711 

1,251 

306 

2,059 

864 

759 



vS c. 
,936.33 
,626.12 
,353.27 
,709.62 
,132.07 
,299.49 
,057.13 
,388.95 
,263.42 
,500.01 
,748.66 



14,873,347.77 



284,653.96 



7,330,015.07 



1,061,029.90 



602,920.69 
726,556.76 
868,983.78 



695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 



326,801.11 



342,215.87 



7,683,264.07 



21,358,935.39 



11,831,811.03 

2,040,038.01 

292,106.44 

37,388.31 



15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 



14,201,343.79 



6,698,117.48 



850,618.07 



850,618.07 



320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 



1,695,895.48 



15,249,203.36 



1,337,739.73 



1,337,739.73 



394,466.22 
868,983.78 
880,730.55 



2,144,180.55 



17,683,264.07 



80.3 



1,843,804.68 



1,843,804.68 



549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 



2,817,013.23 



21,358,935.39 



78.4 



Note. — In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in "Hydro" systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
•reduced by amount of local sinking fund. 



240 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Vkar 



1917 



1918 



1919 



1920 



Number of municipalities included 



143 



166 



191 



I 95 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground . . . 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street lighting equipment — regular. . . 
Street lighting equipment — ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses . . 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



1,546 

2,471 

6,080 

1,157 

1,483 

1,999 

1,237 

361 

2,184 

896 

649 



S c. 

,241.41 
293.82 
,073.42 
059.90 
,839.44 
095.48 
734.69 
975.74 
015.84 
753 . 2V 
852.51 



$ c. 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,448.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096. 5C 

214,575.75 
1,476,413. 0C 



1,995 

2,915 

7,445 

1,206 

2,073 

2,587 

1,206 

546 

2,430 

986 

805 



$ c. 
,545.83 

,125.56 

,820.31 
,296.88 
,114.45 
,566.32 

,638.71 
,497.6? 
,101.08 
,200.57 
,959.89 



S c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269.006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757.194.47 

864,298.39 



Total plant 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in Hydro system 

Other asset s 



Total assets 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 

Other liabilities 



Total liabilities 



Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. system., 

For depreciation 

Other reserves , 



Total reserves 



Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Additional operating surplus. 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 
Percentage of net debt to total assets. 



20,077,935.4: 



340,026.50 



1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.3c 

1,337,578.96 



125,240.05 



24,427,276.65 



15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 



18,446,724.86 



2,463,723.83 



2,463,723.83 



694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 



3,516,827.96 



24,427,276.65 



75.5 



22,352,951.95 



391,194.91 



1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 



444,787.63 



26,949,247.92 



17,209,217 

1,007,727. 

576,816. 

350,013. 



19,143,775.19 



3,133,550.1 



3,133,550.17 



920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 



4,671,922.56 



6,949,247.92 



71.0 



24,198,866 



462.437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1.025.455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 



30,722.860.19 



18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670.271.90 



20,627,896.57 



373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 



4,124,034.17 



1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 



5,970,929.45 



30,722,860.19 



67.9 



27,059,400.70 



£8.12, 
855.88 

2.022.538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584.06 

25,447.07 



U ,615,360 .94 



19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 



22,265,175.22 



577,584.06 
4,788,645.03 



5,366.299.09 



1,440,157.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 



6,983.956.63 



34,615,300.04 



65.4 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



24? 



BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


1926 


215 


226 


235 


248 


247 


251 


$ c 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


S c 
3,334,552.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 

13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 
4,548,933.73 
1,061,473.85 

708,431.22 
3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 
8,051,496.28 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 
6,800,238.00 
14,182,190". 33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 
5.149,629.71 
1,134,491.77 
728,298.08 
4,168,262.21 
4,196,803.45 
5,587,420.31 


$ c 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5,533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 


S c. 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654.240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30- 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


31,565,854.60 

900,842 . 34 

556,608.53 

2,148,287.05 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,618.35 

795,570.51 

78,929.84 


42,706,840.87 

1', 164, 336. 24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 

1,276,140.06 
1,153,424.4/ 
3.198,769.34 
1,819,711.62 
3,896,261.28 
• 2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 


53,839,097.93 

1,748,912.34 
1,329,622.58 
3,898,751.89 
1,745,628.16 
4,520,723.06 
5',420,567.58 
250,292.77 


56,904,902.27 

1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


40,111.979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 


30,454,186.12 

3,669,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,814.59 

1,517,828.47 


38,005,162.50 

3,117,224.08 

162,100.71 

1,780,564.27 


37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 


39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


25,434,257.74 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 


43,065,051.56 


42,360,355.58 


43.972,738.87 


800,249.05 
5,491,858.93 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 












6,292,107.98 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 


13,518,402.26 


17,408,173.58 


18,355.161.03 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,618.35 
3,983,815.63 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 
3,896,261.28 
6,921,956.50 


3,530,610.35 
4,520,723.06 
8,118,809.08 


4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,074.73 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


8,385,613.51 


11.874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 


16,170,142.49 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


40,111,979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


64.7 


63.3 


62.6 


61.4 


57.2 


55. 5 



242 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 

Population 


Acton 
1,810 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 
Craig 

478 


Alvinston 
653 


Amherst- 
burg 
2,809 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,847.39 

14,213.33 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 
133.56 


$ c 
1,488.32 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


6,834.56 


7,733.35 


i4,037. 33 


18,884.20 


Line transformers 


8,593.32 
7,041.21 
1,151.35 


2,460.25 

1,675.22 

649.75 


2,528.03 

2,014.29 

404.09 


3,789. 2C 
3,043.16 
1,090.62 


9,600.31 


Meters 


12,760.81 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 
Misc. construction expense 




2,139.86 




492.36 


758.68 


510.43 


Steam or hydraulic plant 






Old plant 


3,481.50 






773.85 












Total plant 


40,013.41 

3,651.67 
1,500.00 
1,165.79 
2,597.29 


11,619.78 

794.50 
2,000.00 

22.28 


13,172.12 

878.46 

3,000.00 

449.19 


23,626.40 

1,184.15 

4,000.00 

44.27 

25.51 


43,244.07 


Bank and cash balance 


7,134.39 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


594.65 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


11,820.06 


841.15 


4,319.14 


2,852.23 


8,576.91 


Rate stabilization fund 


1,000.18 




370.74 




1,192.08 










Total assets 

Deficit 


61,748.40 


15,277.71 


22,189.65 


31,732.56 


60,742.10 














Total 


61,748.40 


15,277.71 


22,189.65 


31,732.56 


60,742.10 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,925.73 
3.56 


6,742.34 
78.44 


3,138.67 
37.51 


19,435.18 
1,846.17 


32,053.60 


Accounts payable 


4,321.79 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


216.65 








1,065.00 












Total liabilities 


4,145.94 


6,820.78 


3,176.18 


21,281.35 


37,440.39 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


11,820.06 

8,047.18 


841.15 
676.81 


4,319.14 
3,332.86 


2,852.23 
1,777.98 


8,576.91 
6,222.10 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


19,867.24 


1,517.96 


7,652.00 


4,630.21 


14,799.01 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,574.27 


1,330.31 


1,096.30 


4,094.06 




Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


27,160.95 


5,608.66 


10,265.17 


1,726.94 


8,502.70 


Total surplus 


37,735.22 


6,938.97 


11,361.47 


5,821.00 


8,502.70 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


61,748.40 


15,277.71 


22,189.65 


31,732.56 


60,742.10 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


8.3 


47.2 


17.8 


73.6 


-71.8 



Note: — In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in "Hydro" systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
reduced'by amount of local sinking fund. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Ancaster 
Twp. 
5,676 


Aylmer 

• 2,145 


Ayr 

822 


Baden 
P.V. 


Barton 
Twp. 
7,627 


B each vi lie 
P.V. 


Belle 

River 

616 


Blenheim 
1,559 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 


• $ c 
176.13 


$ c. 


$ c 










909 . 64 


20,457.98 


19,481.22 


8,991.99 


5,974.85 


64,464.05 


12,476.00 


11,261.84 


16,812.94 


7,186.96 
7,630.03 
1,064.51 


7,399.39 
7,797.99 
1,290.56 


2,060.07 
2,678.20 

372.47 


3,065.81 

2,313.63 

414.45 


11,358.31 
16,213.01 

2,777.24 


2,133.94 

2,515.75 

395.12 


2,189.30 

2,425.31 

667.18 


6,501.51 
7,150.70 
1,654.37 
1,482.97 


1,499.46 


1,176.38 


809.79 




2,263.43 


652.04 


725.49 


1,045.25 










14,719.17 


4,002 . 53 
























37,838.94 
4,295.73 


51,864,. 71 

922.37 

12,000.00 

147.55 


19,040.05 

4 86 

2,000.00 

795.54 


12,429.38 
2,630.84 


97,076.04 
11,110.04 


18,348.98 

4,767.72 

4,000.00 

34.28 

6.50 


17,269.12 
3,391.54 


35,557.38 
3,824.22 


836.40 


• 12.60 
35.00 


3,680.00 

61.40 

3,358.18 

5,546.10 


290.05 


91.57 












3,412.88 
1,700.92 


7,237.58 


2,895.73 


8,331.03 


11,514.81 


1,205.70 


7,988.89 




2,983.44 


586.88 


720.72 




1,016.20 


1,327.33 


2,997.43 








48,084.87 


75,155.65 


25,323.06 


24,159.57 


120,831.76 
1,656.30 


39,688.49 


23,483.74 


50,459.49 
















48,084.87 


75,155.65 


25,323.06 


24,159.57 


122,488.06 


39,688.49 


23,483.74 


50,459.49 


15,195.04 
2,302.37 


27,884.67 


4,390.34 

34.48 


3,376.05 


89,665.57 
1,500.37 


3,643.09 


7,764.37 


11,348.78 
1,009.66 






















125.00 


17.75 




1,482.97 












17,497.41 


27,884.67 


4,424.82 


3,376.05 


91,290.94 


3,660.84 


7,764.37 


13,841.41 


3,412.88 
5,557.68 
1,700.92 


7,237.58 
4,098.16 


2,895.73 
4,275.26 


8,331.03 
580.85 


5,546.10 

8,535.75 


11,514.81 
2,602.39 


1,205.70 

1,211.00 
5,000.00 


7,988.89 
6,896.71 
















10,671.48 


11,335.74 


7,170.99 


8,911.88 


14,081.85 


14,117.20 


7,416.70 


14,885 . 60 


1,804.96 


10,817.25 


8,113.04 


1,623.95 


13,757.09 
3,358.18 


1,709.91 


735.63 


2,651.22 


18,111.02 


25,117.99 


5,614.21 


10,247.69 


20,200.54 


7,567.04 


19,081.26 


19,915.98 


39,935.24 


13,727.25 


11,871.64 


17.115..27 


21,910.45 


8,302.67 


21,732.48 


48,084.87 


75,155.65 


25,323.06 


24,159.57 


122,488.06 


39,688.49 


23,483.74 


50,459.49 


39.2 


41.1 


19.7 


20.3 


78.5 


13.0 


34.9 


32.6 



244 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blyth 
623 


Bolton 
622 


Bothwell 
665 


Brampton 
4,859 


Brant lord 


Population 


28,010 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,854.06 

20,488.89 

44,574.96 


$ c. 
71 266 20 


Substation equipment 








115,930 52 


Distribution system, overhead. .. . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


9,936.93 


8,683.15 


6,400.01 


201,738.24 
6,000.00 


1,955.50 

973.89 

1,284.19 


3,407.44 

2,497.00 

561.14 


1,920.83 

2,643.47 

459.44 


17,576.38 

20,169.06 

2,304.19 


92,671 24 


Meters . . . 


96,200.31 

22,741.48 
33,646.82 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 


254.58 


982.60 


501.90 


3,127.51 


29,572.17 


Old plant 


2,332.68 


1,554.60 




15,000.00 










Total plant 

Bank and cash balance .... 


16,737.77 

1,368.17 
4,000.00 
1,226.93 


17,685.93 
1,086.29 


11,925.65 

5,798.72 

7,000.00 

304.72 

12.45 


127,095.05 

212.26 

18,664.95 

4,040.27 

199.13 


669,766.98 

1,196.82 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


518.98 


9,308.65 


Inventories , 


1,251.28 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 






113,132.77 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,048.41 


4,961.86 


5,501.82 


35,118.82 


170,182.34 


Rate stabilization fund 


822.62 




1,234.52 


4.575 24 


737. 73 








Total assets 


25,203.90 


24,253.06 


31,777.88 


189,705.72 


965,576.57 


Deficit 
















Total 


25,203.90 


24,253.06 


31,777.88 


189,705.72 


965.576.57 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


19,001.87 
150.00 


9,255.73 


4,053.12 
15.97 


36,381.44 


430,750.00 


Accounts payable 


7,241.89 


Bank overdraft 




85.27 


Other liabilities 




7.67 


1,000.00 




44,149.79 










Total liabilities 


19,151.87 


9,263.40 


5,069.09 


36,381.44 


482,226.95 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


1,048.41 
498.57 


4,961.86 
5,870.70 


5,501.82 
3,412.20 


35,118.82 
34,838.83 


170,182.34 
120,218.13 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


1,546.98 


10,832.56 


8,914.02 


69,957.65 


290,400.47 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,330.81 


3,244.27 


1,481.07 


32,669.20 


49,250.00 


Local sinking fund 


113,132.77 


Additional operating surplus 


3,174.24 


912.83 


16,313.70 


50,697.43 


30,566.38 


Total surplus 


4,505.05 


4,157.10 


17,794.77 


83,366.63 


192,949.15 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


25,203.90 


24,253.06 


31,777.88 


189,705.72 


965,576.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


79.3 


47.9 


19-3 


23.5 


54.1 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



245 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Brantford 
Twp. 
7,170 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
859 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville, P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,390 


Campbell- 
ville, P.V. 


Cayuga 
710 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
43.44 


1,192.71 












39,743.62 


5,818.04 


13,191.40 


7,459.03 


2,784.62 


12,185.37 


2,642.39 


14,332.55 


12,403.49 
8,706.30 

2,857.78 


1,291.10 

2,025.37 
223.35 


2,395.35 
2,897.20 
1,520.11 


1,967.06 

2,834.65 

376.89 


959.80 
645.39 
156.07 


3,938.22 

3,923.78 

910.60 


408.11 
406.94 
258.56 


2,809.06 

2,272.79 

850.50 


3,523.76 


858.11 


1,537.56 


644.50 


453.00 


587.31 


6.82 


283.41 




1,381.00 


2,827.50 
























68,427.66 
3,780.12 


11,698.00 
4,454.27 


24,369.12 
1,372.25 


13,484.13 

958.29 

1,000.00 

55.41 

13.80 


4,998.88 
1,401.81 


21,545.28 


3,722.82 
1,656.50 


20,591.75 
1,095.12 


10,894.65 






327.68 
81.50 


906.70 


61.49 


22 


481.65 


243.41 


600.98 
184.20 


1,415.08 














3,046.01 


2,555.13 


1,562.86 


2,761.08 


1,078.51 


4,031.78 


132.82 


1,008.51 






1,250.93 


252.76 


194.27 


















87,972.70 


19,614.10 


28,616.65 


18,525.47 


7,673.69 


26,058.71 


5,755.55 


23,480.56 


















87,972.70 


19,614.10 


28,616.65 


18,525.47 


7,673.69 


26,058.71 


5,755. 55 


23,480.56 


217.49 


824.36 




2,593.13 


2,074.45 

11.15 


2,403.24 
134.48 




18,821.28 
316.99 












1,190.00 






























44,189.17 


3,347.18 


19,092.01 


2,593.13 


2,085.60 


5,741.06 


5,115.35 


19,138.27 


11,611.53 


2,026.17 


807 . 00 


2,942.53 


1,213.44 


1,555.11 


150.00 


821.00 


























2,291.95 


5,586.89 


282.82 




14,343.98 
1,415.08 


5,477.18 


1,907.99 


6,406.87 


1,425.55 


1,420.66 


332.42 


1.178.72 


13,366.93 


6,208.44 


5,246.79 


3,821.86 


1,870.59 


13,310.10 


24.96 


1,331.06 


29.125 99 


11,685.62 


7,154.78 


10,228.73 


3,296.14 


14,730.76 


357.38 


2,512.78 


87,972.70 


19,614.10 


28,616.65 


18,525.47 


7,673.69 


26,058.71 


5,755.55 


23,480.56 


51.2 


19.6 


70.6 


16.5 


31.6 


26.1 


91.0 


85.1 



246 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Chatham 
14,118 


Chippawa 
1,179 


Clifford 
497 


Clinton 
1,946 


Comber 
PA'. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings. . . . 


$ c. 

40,150.57 

68,015.82 

126,947.91 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,624.05 

7,544.43 

19,598.16 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


14,802.20 


5,719.46 


5,083.84 


59,200.85 
59,961.68 
9,032.91 
26,907.19 
27,863.50 


3,936.31 

3,351.82 

879.27 


787.64 

1,308.80 

532.21 


6,584.28 
7,084.98 
1,146.02 


3,087.63 


Meters . 


1,893.90 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant . . 


262.58 


935.32 


37.44 


3,661.50 


957.54 


Old plant 


43,134.45 






10,658.09 












Total plant 


461,214.88 

9,764.66 
20,000.00 
32,596.63 
10,762.58 


23,904.92 
1,539.93 


8,385.55 
2,396.14 


62,901.51 

1,352.89 


11.285.49 


Bank and. cash balance .... 


1,284.04 


Securities and investments . . 




Accounts receivable . . . 


1,212.78 


704.76 
3.11 


3,365.24 

2,516.90 

12,615.36 

10,109.17 




Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


83,243.38 


3,109.01 


715.65 


4,773.09 


Rate stabilization fund . 


7,086.81 


391.77 






766.93 










Total assets. 


624,668.94 


30,158.41 


12,205.21 


92,861.07 


18,109.55 


Deficit 
















Total 


624,668.94 


30,158.41 


12,205.21 


92,861.07 


18,109.55 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


220,286.23 
33,722.02 


10,788.01 
37.94 


7,773.03 


44,500.00 
1,122.49 


4.481.34 


Accounts payable 


5.35 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities . . 


27,417.92 




















Total liabilities 


281,426.17 


' 10,825.95 


7,773.03 


45,622.49 


4.486.69 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. 
For depreciation 


83,243.38 
63,559.04 


3,109.01 
2,868.96 


715.65 
331.00 


10,109.17 
13,129.48 


4,773.09 
2,624.11 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


146,802.42 


5,977.97 


1,466.65 


23,238.65 


7.397.20 






Debentures paid . . . 


49,713.77 


2,561.99 


226.97 




3,218.66 


Local sinking fund 


12,615.36 
11,384.57 




Additional operating surplus 


146,726.58 


10,792.50 


3,158.56 


3,007.00 


Total surplus 


196,440.35 


13,354.49 


3,385.53 


23,999.93 


•6,225.66 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


624,668.94 


30,158.41 


12,205.21 


92,861.07 


18.109.55 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


52.0 


40.0 


67.6 


47.1 


33 . 6 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



247 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Courtright 
P.V. 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 

572 


Dresden 
1,421 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


S c. 












523.00 
12,172.97 






5,233.27 


1,929.24 


2,458.39 


5,414.30 


8,032.62 


3,260.12 


4,221.27 


614.63 
751.02 

411.88 


953 . 68 

1,056.55 

342.52 


216.75 
678.55 
106.93 


3,134.46 

2,021.37 

279.60 


1,960.66 

2,561.97 

569.63 


5,136.86 

5,075.36 

892 . 84 


1,249.47 

1,533.43 

216.58 


678.05 
640.01 
426.53 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


388.37 


498.95 


247.83 


787.06 












4,815.01 




















7,569.47 
1,927.82 


4,573.86 
217.31 


3,664.43 
1,732.55 


11,178.14 

946.48 
2,000.00 

55.88 


13,513.25 

1,220.61 

6,000.00 

7.36 


29,114.99 

2,521.50 

5,000.00 

334.59 

726.38 


6,507.43 

1,276.69 
1,000.00 


6,752.92 




235.67 


12.96 


2,007.15 


619.25 




7.50 
















759.87 


1,805.84 


561.73 


1,389.92 


2,126.79 


6,368.14 


1,252.58 


1,127.99 


614.96 


699.33 


255.08 


699.72 


574.04 
















11,10779 


7,309.30 


8,220.94 


16,270.14 


23,442.05 


44,065 . 60 


10,044.20 


8,500.16 
1,097.37 


















11,107.79 


7,309.30 


8,220.94 


16,270.14 


23,442.05 


44,065.60 


10,044. 2C 


9,597.53 


7,020.06 
12.50 


2,795.80 


3,041.54 


3,380.63 


8,120.49 


7,500.75 
175.89 


3,421.89 
34.38 


3,972.09 
541.95 












103.47 
















60.22 


















7,032.56 


2,795.80 


3,041.54 


3,380.63 


8,120.49 


7,676.64 


3,456.27 


4,f>77.73 


759.87 

357.74 


1,805.84 
1,107.34 


561.73 
1,125.91 


1,389.92 
2,396.60 


2,126.79 
2,681.90 


6,368.14 
5,309.02 


1,252.58 
1,826.08 


1.127.99 
1,563.90 


















1,117.61 


2,913.18 


1,687.64 


3,786.52 


4,808.69 


11,677.16 


3,078.66 


2,691.89 


1,118.29 


604.20 


958.46 


919.37 


1,379.51 


8,737.50 


1,078.11 


2,227.91 


1,839.33 


996.12 


2,533.30 


8,183.62 


9,133.36 


15,974.30 


2,431.16 




2,957.62 


1,600.32 


3,491.76 


9,102.99 


10,512.87 


24,711.80 


3,509.27 


2.227.91 


11,107.79 


7,309.30 


8,220.94 


16,270.14 


23,442.05 


44,065.60 


10,044.20 


9,597.53 


67.9 


50.8 


39.7 


22.7 


38.1 


20.3 


39.3 


63.4 



248 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Dundas 
5,009 


Dunnville 
3,464 


Dutton 
811 


Elmira 
2,462 


Elora 
1,079 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

9,165.96 

13,396.22 

37,670.21 


$ c. 

3,379.78 

16,981.83 

29,196.19 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,228.96 


$ c. 
1,458.42 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead.. . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


7,454.33 


•23,754.37 


12,288.68 


12,345.46 

16,016.90 

1,764.35 


12,260.63 
9,940.49 
2,400.50 
4,767.47 
5,454.91 


2,802.21 

3,145.68 

571.38 


10,883.75 
9,863.77 
1,093.10 


6,288.50 


Meters 


4,417.98 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


652.27 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 


6,626.83 


338.94 


3,254.79 


935.18 


Old plant 


1,867.38 


10,717.62 




2,325.08 


1,425.47 








Total plant 


98,853.31 

7,580.39 

19,000.00 

939.47 

515.74 


95,099.42 

7,424.55 

5,000.00 

3,584.53 

r 974.55 


14,312.54 

879.39 

7,500.00 

133.97 

66.70 


56,403.82 
4,076.72 


27,466.50 


Bank and cash balance 


3,711.99 






Accounts receivable 


913.26 
1,118.31 


291.89 


Inventories 


573.88 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . 


35,318.46 
646.51 
566.99 


9,809.33 


4,122.58 


16,754.40 


8,557.59 




434.47 


574.10 




536.97 








Total assets 


163,420.87 


122,326.85 


27,589.28 


79,266.51 


41,138.82 


Deficit 
















Total 


163,420.87 


122,326.85 


27,589.28 


79,266.51 


41,138.82 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


38,411.58 
98.01 


64,716.61 
2,898.13 


6,773.68 


20,223.22 
21.84 


8,180.92 














638.00 




10.00 


319.16 










Total liabilities 


39,147.59 


67,614.74 


6,783.68 


20,564.22 


8,180.92 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


35,318.46 
27,168.83 


9,809.33 
15,977.15 


4,122.58 
4,317.60 


16,754.40 
11,174.16 


8,557.59 
7,094.80 




















62,487.29 


25,786.48 


8,440.18 


27,928.56 


15,652.39 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,588.42 


10,783.39 


1,633.81 


4,776.78 


4,819.08 






Additional operating surplus 


47,197.57 


18,142.24 


10,731.61 


25,996.95 


12,486.43 


Total surplus. . . . . . 


61,785.95 


28,925.63 


12,365.42 


30,773.73 


17,305.51 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


163,420.87 


122,326.85 


27,589.28 


79,266.51 


41,138.82 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


30.5 


60.1 


28.9 


32.9 


. 25.1 



*Six months operation only 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



249 



4 'A"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Embro 
470 


Erieau 
196 


Erie Beach 

27 


Essex 
1,636 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
13,504 


Exeter 
1,583 


Fergus 

1,747 


*Fonthill 
723 


$ .c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
23,630.08 


$ c. 
3,178.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 














6,113.21 


5,987.00 


1,745.29 


24,057.62 


205,581.09 


16,623.91 


20,536.57 


8,271.02 


1,738.56 

1,532.66 

237.97 


474.00 
1,107.04 

228.30 


543.17 

377.45 


8,148.04 

7,298.97 

901.43 


38,302.22 

43,421.18 

9,481.16 


6,268.56 

6,475.30 

902.69 


8,324.55 
8,431.19 

1,454,83 


4,110.00 

3,748.00 

775.67 








69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


1,055.82 


5,396.09 


2,686.29 


878.06 


3,515.00 


429.25 












2,546.59 


















10,121.10 
1,829.36 


8,176.24 


3,040.94 
340.22 


41,461.88 
6,229.32 


325,811.82 
32,868.60 


36,135.29 
2,849.81 


42,171.79 

1,639.42 
500.00 
436.04 
387.48 


20,419.69 
151.18 


1,000.00 






9.02 
26.11 


904.65 


285.52 


1,797.77 


7,231.41 
941.01 


7,131.08 
2,959.60 


38.22 












2,656.72 


441.36 


101.47 


5,074. 12 


22,417.31 


8,335.70 


8,876.10 


117.08 


733.62 






1,989.14 


2,004.40 




488.16 














16,375 93 


9,522.25 


3,768.15 


56,552.23 


391,274.55 


57,411.48 


54,498.99 


20,726.17 


















16,375.93 


9,522.25 


3,768.15 


56,552.23 


391,274.55 


57,411.48 


54,498.99 


20,726.17 


5,788.63 


6,463.13 


3,300.00 
287.70 


21,861.67 
945 . 00 


219,514.25 
7,848.19 


14,046.68 


22,999.16 

2,875.31 


20,000.00 




221.99 










458.53 


3,266.85 




















5,788.63 


6,685.12 


3,587.70 


23,265.20 


230,629.29 


14,046.68 


25,874.47 


20,000.00 


2,656.72 
3,517.79 


441.36 
300.00 


101.47 
53.00 


5,074.12 
4,486.46 


22,417.31 
37,422.33 


8,335.70 
7,093.53 


8,876.10 
7,599.49 


117.08 


















6,174.51 


741.36 


154.47 


9,560.58 


59,839.64 


15,429.23 


16,475.59 


117.08 


1,711.37 


420.00 




638.33 


21,485.75 


5,953.37 


7,000.84 










2,701.42 


1,675.77 


25.98 


23,088.12 


79,319.87 


21,982.20 


5,148.09 


609.09 


4.412.79 


2,095.77 


25.98 


23,726.45 


100,805.62 


27,935.57 


12,148.93 


609 . 09 


16,375.93 


9,522.25 


3,768.15 


56,552.23 


391,274.55 


57,411.48 


54,498.99 


20,726.17 


42.2 


73.6 


97.8 


45.2 


62.5 


28.6 


56. 7 


97.0 



250 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Ford City 
9,204 


Forest 
1,427 


Gait 
12,686 


George- 
town 

2,071 


Glencoe 


Population 


821 






Asset? 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,555. 11 


% c 
193,579.58 
151,773.23 
198,335.99 


$ c 
12.00 


$ c 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead.. . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


109,089.47 


17,169.17 


22,876.98 


17,507.29 


43,976.07 

44,117.85 


5,614.13 
7,571.43 
2,252.09 

"882." 70 


51,529.28 
59,886.26 
11,115.53 
60,140.49 
24,010.64 


13,182.11 
9,626.37 
1,339.42 


3,722.79 


Meters 


3,749.09 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,647.22 


22,396.52 
2,646.61 




1,834.81 


3,218.30 


Old plant 




11,084.87 




2,209.80 












Total plant , 

Bank and cash balance 


222,226.52 


50,129.50 

2,036.15 
6,500.00 
2,458.42 
3,251.68 


750,371.00 
175.00 


51,081.49 

3,138.40 

18,936.86 

1,995.40 

914.21 


29,844.69 
3,009.08 


Securities and investments 






Accounts receivable 


26,007.18 


39,144.41 

13,043.06 

118,750.41 

121,362.26 

723.63 


224.75 


Inventories 


121.77 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


29,001.22 


4,967.27 


21,853.00 


3,111.92 
29.40 


Rate stabilization fund 




908.49 


2,027.10 


965.81 










Total assets 


277,234.92 


70,251.51 


1043,569.77 


99,946.46 


37,307.42 


Deficit . 
















Total 


277,234.92 


70,251.51 


1043,569.77 


99,946.46 


37,307.42 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


102,745.55 
34,451.45 


18,397.68 
1,094.54 


418,994.53 
65,802.75 
14,699.30 
56,475.98 


15,223.20 
1,627.46 


14,444.18 


Accounts payable 


8.75 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


22,396.52 
















Total liabilities 


159,593.52 


19,492.22 


555,972.56 


16,850.66 


14,452.93 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


29,001.22 
13,791.13 


4,967.27 

7,854.45 


121,362.26 
116,903.39 
.. 700.00 


21,853.00 
14,578.83 


3,111.92 
2,604.06 


















Total reserves 


42,792.35 


12,821.72 












Surplus 

Debentures paid 


11,254.45 


16,002.32 


42,531.44 

118,750.41 

87,349.71 


4,776.80 


5,668.70 






Additional operating surplus 


63,594.60 


21,935.25 


41,887.17 


11,469.81 


Total surplus 


74,849.05 


37,937.57 


248,631.56 


46,663.97 


17,138.51 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


277,234.92 


70,251.51 


1043,569.77 


99,946.46 


.37,307.42 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


61.8 


29.9 


54.4 


21.6 


42.2 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



251 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Goderich 

4.224 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
19,219 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,193 


Hamilton 
122,238 


Harriston 
1,225 


Harrow 
P.V. 


1 Hensall 
804 


$ c. 
12.957.48 


$ c. 


$ c 

12,233.80 

95,015.14 

137,252.63 


$ c. 


$ c 
766,463.00 
383,214.82 
685,484.30 
337,161.26 
378,271.64 
387,682.95 
117,490.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


9,795.28 




864.37 
16,988.71 


600.00 
17,026.64 






49,261.31 


3,600.17 


10,025.99 


8,253.11 


15.667.13 

13.863.20 

4.563.11 


793.55 
1,097.99 

157.77 


60,708.85 
71,186.22 
26,847.36 


7,117.37 

6,323.10 

659.82 


5,275.21 
4,657.79 
1,129.41 


4,606.96 

4,118.33 

420.38 


2,521.47 

2,874.90 

436.67 


4,876.29 


113.08 


16,371.88 


951.04 


182,896.08 


858.68 


95.42 


462.25 


14,662.15 








2,000.00 


1,118.33 




400.00 














125,605.95 

10,215.07 


5,762.56 

1,045.83 

2,000.00 

64.74 


419,615.88 
18,102.52 


32,904.41 

431.71 
2,000.00 


3240,664.82 
14,908.41 


30,666.06 


19,267.08 
3,231.61 


14,948.40 
9,823.75 








9,481.52 


89,018.95 

14,749.38 

28,949.95 

140,786.00 


314,885.93 

77,150.00 

370,353.90 

585,988.88 

4,178.08 


1,326.76 
197.51 


1,537.51 


96.84 


1,321.32 


54.63 












27.053.00 
1.344.70 


1,875.17 


17,475.84 


7,253.13 


2,384.61 


2,727.60 


3,896.83 


638.05 


4,162.26 


1,659.91 


792.85 


311.66 


1,031.56 








178.918.39 


11,386.35 


715,384.94 


54,526.50 


4608,130.02 


40,236.31 


26,732.47 


28,628.15 


















178,918.39 


11,386.35 


715,384.94 


54,526.50 


4608,130.02 


40,236.31 


26,732.47 


28,628.15 


45.586.61 
4.050 ?? 


2,837.19 
7.50 


80,536.59 
20,587.90 


5,437.60 
1,617.82 


2525,975.08 
204,206.95 


11,142.06 

950.26 

2,795.81 


11,328.03 
1,046.20 


9,765.50 
1,262.55 


1,344.70 








106,005.67 


149.00 
















50,981.53 


2,844.69 


101,124.49 


7,055.42 


2836,187.70 


14,888.13 


12,523.23 


11,028.05 


27,053.00 

35,221 14 
2,786.00 


1,875.17 
1,545.05 


140,786.00 
74,929.76 


17,475.84 
2,488.49 


585,988.88 
491,457.88 


7,253.13 
2,538.87 


2,384.61 
1,087.25 


2,727.60 
3,846.65 


















65,060.14 


3,420.22 


215,715.76 


19,964.33 


1077,446.76 


9,792.00 


3,471.86 


6,574.25 


30.501.44 


662.81 


64,463 40 

28,949.95 

305,131.34 


2,562.40 


194,024.92 
370,353.90 
130,116.74 


7,175.97 


671.97 


2,234.50 


32,375.28 


4,458.63 


24,944.35 


8,380.21 


10,065.41 


8,791.35 


62,876.72 


5,121.44 


398,544.69 


27,506.75 


694,495.56 


15,556.18 


10,737.38 


11,025.85 


178,918.39 


11,386.35 


715,384.94 


54,526.50 


4608,130.02 


40,236.31 


26,732.47 


28,628.15 


3 3 5 


29.9 


13.2 


19.0 


65. 7 


45.1 


51.4 


42.6 



252 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Hespeler 
2,838 


Highgate 
396 


H umber- 
stone 
1,917 


Ingersoll 
4,983 


JarvTs 
459 


Population 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

3,588.09 

19,033.67 

24,838.41 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,522.65 
22,127.71 
46,402.68 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


4,379.09 


20,621.20 


7,983.80 


11,973.80 

10,827.36 

1,718.02 


1,844.25 

1,537.80 

310.66 


4,468.73 

5,909.21 

698.05 


20,731.20 
21,923.09 

2,838.87 

4,597.59 

10,085.71 


2,386.66 


Meters 


1,570.24 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. 


549.59 


53.67 


514.48 


2,681.50 


536.27 


Old plant 


2,095.25 






20,070.44 












Total plant 

Bank and cash balance. . 


74,128.27 

1,557.01 

11,000.00 

1,069.44 


8,586.28 

1,585.78 

2,500.00 

206.55 

46.65 


34,378.69 


163,299.94 

1,842.47 

15,143.52 

3,221.51 

2,250.43 

38,567.39 

39,920.38 


13,026.56 
1,811.51 








Accounts receivable 


716.28 


23.34 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


17,867.38 


2,173.48 


1,594.97 
769.16 


1,874.90 


Rate stabilization fund . 


1,926.27 


399.20 


4,566.35 


708.48 








Total assets 


107,548.37 


15,497.94 


37,459.10 


268,811.99 


17,444.79 


Deficit 
















Total 


107,548.37 


15,497.94 


37,459.10 


268,811.99 


17,444.79 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance .... 


26,221.91 
91.67 


4,052.91 


30,400.00 
930.00 
783.24 
725.00 


79,800.00 
4,802.09 


9,546.02 












Other liabilities 






4,597.59 












Total liabilities 


26,313.58 


4,052.91 


32,838.24 


89,199.68 


9,546.02 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


17,867.38 
10,310.54 


2,173.48 
1,906.30 


1,594.97 

846.56 


39,920.38 
20,207.81 


1,874.90 
5*0,00 


















Total reserves 


28,177.92 


4,079.78 


2,441.53 


60,128.19 


2,384.90 






Surplus 


26,348.60 


947 . 09 


1,600.00 




953.98 




38,567.39 
80,916.73 




Additional operating surplus 


26,708.27 


6,418.16 


579.33 


4,559.89 


Total surplus 


53,056.87 


7,365.25 


2,179.33 


119,484.12 


5,513.87 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


107,548.37 


15,497.94 


37,459.10 


268,811.99 


. 17,444.79 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


29.3 


30.4 


91.5 


26.6 


61.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



253 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Kingsvdlle 

• 2,304 


Kitchener 

24,805 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle. 

587 


Leaming- 
ton 
4,351 


• 
Listowel j 

■2,477 


London j 
63,339 


London 
Twp. 
7,392 


$ c. 
1,958.72 


$ c 

51,706.48 

177,475.96 

235,360.36 

34,195.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,972.41 

1,958.04 
32,338.03 

5,185.12 
15,216.78 
17,416.80 

1,021.55 
15,178.49 

1,434.91 


$ c. 
1,283.96 


$ c. 

362,344.25 

683,943.41 

632,950.03 

129,704.64 

149,744.15 

259,121.92 

40,404.54 

12,614.43 

98,090.14 


$ c. 










23,091.94 


5,347.80 


11,590.09 


31,365.45 


13,251.37 


10,813.57 

10,470.22 

1,162.55 

19,200.00 

Cr. 579.99 


128,662.39 

131,161.53 

46,327.95 

84,072.20 

13,101.34 


961.71 

1,558.85 
167.40 


3,881.00 

3,056.38 

419.22 


13,390.00 

12,349.82 

1,238.10 

5,772.22 

1,571.16 


3,725.63 

2,516.62 

519.11 


300.71 


1,085.90 


429.31 




52,398.91 








4,745.30 




1,733.80 














66,117.01 
9,545.09 


954,462.97 

75.00 
11,072.00 
57,862.46 
20,494.17 


8,336.47 
2,411.90 


20,032.59 
3,161.70 


96,722.13 

4,390.37 

19,000.00 

4,745.25 

3.51 


71,716.01 
5,879.76 


2368,917.51 

182,423.43 


22,175.84 


12,000.00 




3,057.07 


62.75 


523.67 


626.19 
60.18 


150,526.55 

60,181.47 

271,164/05 

474,770.09 


3,454.37 










6,767.65 


253,840.54 


1,780.14 


478.30 


8,856.48 


13,854.35 


976.01 


2,097.88 


178.66 


1,034.03 


153.95 


4,488.25 


1,622.04 


3,875.55 








99,584.70 


1297985.80 


13,625.29 


24,350.21 


138,205.99 


93,758.53 


3511,858.65 


26,606.22 


















99,584.70 


1297985.80 


13,625.29 


24,350.21 


138,205.99 


93,758.53 


3511,858.65 


26,606.22 


32,627.10 
2,964.80 


337,972.64 
38,209.18 
14,278.47 
84,072.20 


3,242.51 
356.95 


15,078.64 
1,424.14 


45,311.99 
2,723.20 


22,269.51 
2,016.53 


1398891.64 
189,159.86 


11,075.12 

5,827.47 
54.54 


20,305.83 




220.00 


16,585.77 


5,772.30 


409.86 










55,897.73 


474,532.49 


3,599.46 


16,722.78 


64,620.96 


30,058.34 


1588,461.36 


16,957.13 


6,767.65 
6,949.69 


253,840.54 

148,478.84 

13,213.85 


1,780.14 
1,948.44 


478.30 
1,487.99 


8,856.48 
9,767.46 


13,854.35 
13,512.67 


474,770.09 

517,100.96 

32,324.65 


976.01 
778.67 














13,717.34 


415,533.23 


3,728.58 


1,966.29 


18,623.94 


27,367.02 


1024,195.70 


1,754.68 


872.90 


174,177.36 


757.49 


421.36 


2,688.01 


20,920.38 


183,008.36 
271,164.05 
445,029.18 


2,424.88 


29,096.73 


233,742.72 


5,539.76 


5,239.78 


52,273.08 


15,412.79 


5,469.53 


29,969.63 


407,920.08 


6,297.25 


5,661.14 


54,961.09 


36,333.17 


899,201.59 


7,894.41 


99,584.70 


1297985.80 


13,625.29 


24,350.21 


138,205.99 


93,758.53 


3511,858.65 


26,606.22 


60.2 


45.4 


30.4 


70.1 


49.9 


37.6 


47.6 


62.1 



254 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipalitv 


Louth 
Twp. 
2,515 


Lucan 
570 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
968 


Merlin 


Population 


PA". 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 






241.18 






Substation equipment 










Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


3,328.98 


8,185.91 


3,420.88 


10,135.67 


7,743.91 


Line transformers 


3,023.27 
824.86 


2,717.90 

2,720.10 

372.54 


1,427.16 

1,295.16 

197.04 


3,736.94 

3,928.78 

531.09 


2,145.28 

1,837.75 


Meters 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


555.64 






Cr. 126.84 


445.77 


193.57 


1,174.48 


455.36 


Old plant 




2,860.45 






241.85 












Total plant 


7,050.27 
183.96 


17,302.67 

1,343.38 

7,000.00 

27.82 


6,774.99 

43.25 

2,000.00 

40.36 


19,506.96 

3,098.82 

2,026.46 

48.90 

2.72 


12,979.79 


Bank and cash balance .... 


5", 749. 69 






Accounts receivable . . . 


716.47 


2,098.38 
















Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 


672.35 
69.28 


6,237.84 


4,160.68 


2,768.04 


2,151.33 




778.57 


735.39 


540.13 










Total assets 


8,692.33 


32,690.28 


13,754.67 


27,992.03 


22,979.19 


Deficit 
















Total 


8,692.33 


32,690.28 


13,754.67 


27,992.03 


22,979.19 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1.538.43 
4,163.13 


7,082.19 


3,590.37 


7,295.05 


11,723.17 








































Total liabilities 


5,701.56 


7,082.19 


3,590.37 


7,295.05 


11,723.17 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation .*.... 


672.35 
704.83 


6,237.84 
3,883.67 


4,160.68 
1,918.70 


2,768.04 
2,217.36 


2,151.33 
514.30 














Total reserves 


1,377.18 


10,121.51 


.6,079.38 


4,985.40 


2,665.63 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


411.57 


4,131.43 


904.63 


4,263.78 


1,641.04 


Additional operating surplus 


1,202.02 


11,355.15 


3,180.29 


11,447.80 


6,949.35 


Total surplus 


1,613.59 


15,486.58 


4,084.92 


15,711.58 


8,590.39 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


8,692.33 


32,690.28 


13,754.67 


27,992.03 


22,979.19 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


71.2 


26.8 


37.4 


28.9 


56.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



253 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Merriton 
2,570 


Milton 
1,950 


Milverton 
1,017 


Mimico 

5,231 


Mitchell 
1,731 


Moore fie Id 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brvdges 

P.V. 


Newbury 

2S5 


350.00 


11,868 .94 
17,498.03 


237.20 
"9,333 .'22 


13,527.49 
24,558.94 
50,707.99 


12,649.72 
12,694.10 
22,240.87 








10,061.10 








17,052.28 


2,922.65 


4,095.00 


6,010.39 


3,623.39 
7,595.70 

1,572.88 


9,127.06 

9,542.72 

986.67 


6,391.11 

4,096.26 

646.09 


19,040.23 

22,013.81 
3,683.27 


6,988.44 
9,493.25 
2,246.43 


990.72 

1,000.52 

295.88 


1,118.69 

1,646.47 

247.64 


1,036.62 
870.49 

817.42 


2,143.09 


4,018.58 


652.03 


3,313.18 


1,074.54 
1,500.00 


348.35 


143.82 


485.13 




4,065.85 










348.22 
















42,398.44 
1,588.00 


57,107.85 
349.19 


21,355.91 

665.85 


136,844.91 
4,530.73 


68,887.35 

5,497.67 
5,000.00 
1,315.98 
1,107.70 


5,558.12 

1.541.74 

"6.14 


7,251.62 

2,726.28 

3,000.00 

495.40 


9,568.27 
1,882.30 


172.65 

84.84 


5,918.94 
4,330.05 


4,167.97 
27.00 


3,377.62 
47.15 


411.39 

26.77 










8,556.76 


28,714.05 


11,218.31 


23,661.62 


9,993.36 
160.05 
882.43 


1,193.27 


1,268.21 


730.87 










103.21 


538.23 


178.22 












52,800.69 


96,420.08 


37,435.04 


168,462 03 


92,844.54 


8,402.48 


15,279.74 


12,797.82 


















52,800.69 


96,420.08 


37,435.04 


168,462.03 


92,844.54 


8,402.48 


15,279.74 


12,797.82 


1,492.03 
1,402.46 


8,123.92 
14,578.26 


5,525.95 
888.74 


77,145.11 
11,737.25 


3,279.55 
1,204.79 


3,070.93 


3,265.23 


7,;. GO. 00 
87 


1,258.24 












44.50 


1,575.00 






















4,152.73 


22,702.18 


6,459.19 


90,457.36 


4,484.34 


3,070.93 


3,265.23 


7,500.87 


8,556.76 
4,374.33 


28,714.05 

9,540.44 

100.00 


11,218.31 
3,863.42 


23,661.62 
24,202.10 


9,993.36 
19,977.25 


1,193.27 
986.90 


1,268.21 
1,989.78 


730.87 
880.49 
















12,931.09 


38,354.49 


15,081.73 


47,863.72 


29,970.61 


2,180.17 


3,257.99 


1.611.36 


3,694.18 


16,589.06 


3,974.05 


14,854.89 


19,015.67 


1,429.07 


954.77 


2,254.39 


32,022.69 


18,774.35 


11,920.07 


15,286.06 


39,373.92 


1,722.31 


7,801.75 


1,431.20 


35,716.87 


35,363.41 


15,894.12 


30,140.95 


58,389.59 


3,151.38 


8,756.52 


3,685.59 


52,800.69 


96,420.08 


37,435.04 


168,462.03 


92,844.54 


8,402.48 


15,279.74 


12,797.82 


9.4 


33.5 


24.6 


62.4 


5.4 


42.6 


23.3 


62.1 



256 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipalitv . . . 


New 

Hamburg 
1,429 


New 

Toronto 

4,283 


Niagara 
Falls 
16,819 


Niagara- 

on-the-lake 

1,577 




Population 


1,317 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 

2,465.71 

1,083.10 

18,414.21 


$ c. 
38,957.10 


$ c. 

106,467.22 

99,591.72 

156,780.79 


$ c. 

216.42 

4,633.32 

17,999.52 


$ c. 
3,993.87 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


50,683.12 


9,266.58 


5,596.63 
6,343.08 
1,512.45 


14,574.44 

17,992.20 

3,881.25 


113,604.25 

91,946.58 

20,159.95 

84,820.81 

8,976.12 


3,835.72 

5,062.11 

698.30 


4,126.74 


Meters 


5,882.31 
1,100.17 
2,861.69 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


1,107.23 


5,419.81 


1,259.37 


1,950.70 


Old plant 


5,242.56 




12,707.30 




3,509.82 










Total plant 


41,764.97 

657.00 
5,000.00 

582.38 
1,080.09 


131,507.92 
1,857.56 


695,054.74 
11,517.79 


33,704.76 
132.19 


32,691.88 


Bank and cash balance . . . 


2,476.63 


Securities and investments . 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


9,621.40 

1,258.75 


39,082.01 
2,987.07 


376.09 
808.28 


3,446.22 


Inventories 


1,548.66 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


11,702.94 


81,953.91 


110,417.42 


5,051.76 


9,803.00 


Rate stabilization fund 


837.99 








853.27 












Total assets . 


61,625.37 


226,199.54 


859,059.03 


40,073.08 


53,819.66 


Deficit 
















Total 


61,625.37 


226,199.54 


859,059.03 


40,073.08 


53,819.66 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


11,590.61 
1,571.15 


5,867.16 


363,620.87 

15,794.89 

4,363.80 

9,329.59 


8,315.60 
1,559.70 


9,459.77 


Accounts payable .... 




Bank overdraft . . 


8,081.72 
1,753.16 




Other liabilities . . 


12.00 












Total liabilities •. 


13,173.76 


15,702.04 


393,109.15 


9,875.30 


9,459.77 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


11,702.94 
8,886.59 


81,953.91 
18,466.99 


110,417.42 

67,612.87 

2,088.20 


5,051.76 
2,504.22 


9,803.00 
984.18 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


20,589.53 


100,420.90 


180,118.49 


7,555.98 


10,787.18 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,138.47 


2,132.84 


181,622.13 


8,357.94 


4,296.23 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus. 


21,723.61 


107,943.76 


104,209.26 


14,283.86 


29,276.48 


Total surplus 


27,862.08 


110,076.60 


285,831.39 


22,641.80 


33,572.71 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


61,625.37 


226,199.54 


859,059.03 


40,073.08 


53,819.66 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


26.4 


10.9 


52.5 


28.2 


21.5 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



1 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Oil 

Springs 

471 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmers- 
ton 
1,542 


Paris 
4,167 


Parkhill 
1,019 


Petrolia 

2,648 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,143 


$ c. 
1,042.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,626.26 

18,544.29 

44,003.09 


$ c. 


$ c 

900.00 

2,403.55 

30.755.19 


$ c. 


$ c. 






691.88 
20,512.87 








11,722.39 


5,159.04 


14,995.25 


3,238.21 


12,648.64 


5,630.98 

3,143.47 

305.72 


2,419.89 
1,729.32 

378.37 


5,404.09 
6,157.77 
1,170.31 


15,120.57 

17,054.46 

2,895.74 

9,636.85 

37.60 


2,938.69 

3,468.72 

846.78 


23,818.94 

12,608.94 

985.28 

3,864.07 

6,361.93 


1,138.42 

1,567.18 

147.15 


5,547.39 

4,363.84 

711.77 


4,539.15 


142.00 


1,667.43 


1,346.82 


535.92 


503.14 






4,018.71 


16,684.76 




3,389.94 
















26,383.71 
536.70 


9,828.62 
2,603.14 


39,623.06 

485.65 
3,000.00 
2,250.40 
1,502.98 


131,603.62 

6,476.00 
15,000.00 

1,488.60 

69.30 

15,863.02 

25,861.87 


23,596.26 
633.96 


85,087.84 

2,081.56 

18,400.00 

4,113.56 

3,451.82 


6,626.88 
164.41 


23,774.78 
4,911.74 


3,622.05 
1,167.78 


403.00 
9.65 


40.75 


142.33 


423.66 










5,858.41 


1,579.57 


7,857.11 


2,970.17 


22,221.97 


2,162.98 


9,341.30 




678.16 


1,282.96 


853.12 


1,016.54 


638.48 


538.00 


1,035.96 






37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


9,634.60 
571.91 


39,487.44 
















37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


10,206.51 


39,487.44 


11,621.16 
2,490.21 


2,668.50 
1.51 


9,311.55 


38,637.15 
2,834.52 


11,729.15 

23.54 


37,578.58 
3,454.85 


3,982.34 
953.00 


13,591.19 
1,285.28 








































14,111.37 


2,670.01 


9,311.55 


41,471.67 


11,752.69 


41,033.43 


4,935.34 


14,876.47 


5,858.41 
3,467.08 


1,579.57 
1,736.05 


7,857.11 

4,880.08 

811.00 


25,861.87 
40,468.23 


2,970.17 
2,483.35 


22,221.97 
16,391.45 


2,162.98 
1,853.53 


9,341.30 
4,989.00 
















9,325.49 


3,315.62 


13,548.19 


66,330.10 


5,453.52 


38,613.42 


4,016.51 


14,330.30 


5,100.15 


1,831.50 


17,688.45 


53,362.85 
15,863.02 
20,187.89 


2,900.87 


12,421.42 


1,254.66 


3,408.81 


9,031.64 


7,285.01 


15,453.97 


8,150.60 


43,926.96 




6,871.86 








14,131.79 


9,116.51 


33,142.42 


89,413.76 


11,051.47 


56,348.38 


1,254.66 


10,280.67 


37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


10,206.51 


39,487.44 


44.5 


19.7 


19.7 


16.5 


46.5 


36.1 


66.1 


49.3 



10 H. 



258 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 
Colborne 

4,664 


Port 
Credit 
1,247 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,468 


Port 
Dover 
1,675 


Port 


Population 


Stanley 
709 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
22,120.24 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
248.75 


. . 1,505.38 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 


59,554.88 


16,922.65 


12,257.86 


22,843.36 


15,862.38 


18,170.51 

16,989.45 

1,526.57 


5,227.89 

6,369.08 

893.66 


6,177.68 

7,390.74 

627.45 


7,846.19 
4,541.32 
1,571.24 


5,952.24 
3,680.92 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


985.65 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 


5,676.37 


641.31 


2,290.27 


2,370.66 


5,606.55 


Old plant 


9,929.60 




6,018.38 




577.51 










Total plant 


133,967.62 
516.99 


30,729.59 

1,747.21 


34,762.38 

2,150.41 
3,000.00 
1,231.39 


39,421.52 
2,270.97 


34,170.63 


Bank and cash balance 


3,029.3a 


Securities and investments . . 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


2,613.62 
6,264.57 


1,358.55 


630.64 


910.25 


Inventories 


2.21 


Sinking fund on local debentures 




839.90 
4,737.27 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


13,458.73 


5,964.13 


4,737.27 


9,052.55 


Rate stabilization fund . . 






49.43 
















Total assets 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 


Deficit 
















Total 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


106,342.80 
5,467.42 


5,064.65 
3,842.80 


16,534.78 
2.99 


23,049.57 
1,830.87 


12,395.67 


Accounts payable . . 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities. . 


464.00 






114.00 












Total liabilities 


112,274.22 


8,907.45 


16,537.77 


24,994.44 


12,395.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


13,458.73 
8,599.63 


5,964.13 
7,310.72 


4,737.27 
3,028.97 


4,737.27 
3,358.00 


9,052.55 
6,745.69 


Other reserves . . 
















Total reserves 


22,058.36 


13,274.85 


7,766.24 


8,095.27 








Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,657.20 


3,435.35 


5,965.22 

839.90 

15,661.65 


5,950.43 


6,554.33 






Additional operating surplus.. . . . 


7,831.75 


14,181.83 


8,020.26 


15,416.78 


Total surplus 


22,488.95 


17,617.18 


22,466.77 


13,970.69 


21,971.11 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


78.3 


20.3 


38.1 


59.1 


30.1 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



4 *A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Preston 

5,666 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,207 


Ridge- 
town 
1,914 


Riverside 
3,334 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
706 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,024.24 


$ c. 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c 


36,555.06 












82,783.50 


3,025.06 


6,581.02 


128.76 


16,678.19 


68,560.83 


6,235.09 


8,506.40 


38,558.35 

31,397.73 

4,165.49 


962.62 
950.73 
116.30 


1,107.85 

1,338.22 

409.49 


547.89 

406.61 

8.96 


7,859.64 
7,938.01 
1,503.43 
1,431.73 
1,247.08 


18,962.06 
16,748.24 


1,370.61 

1,980.07 

449.35 


1,950.74 

3,055.74 

556 77 




3,393.58 
4,571.45 




6,839.63 


64.35 


1,948.71 


12,200.00 


308.05 


792.65 


32,126.75 








5,088.46 






700.00 














232,426.51 


5,119.06 
678.11 


11,385.29 
371.26 


13,292.22 
1,445.80 


42,770.78 

1,483.47 

15,500.00 

3,700.49 

1,436.99 


112,236.16 


10,422.17 
973.82 


15,562.30 

4,105.46 
3,000.00 
1,219.85 






13,729.20 




72.04 


1,269.18 


7,892.87 


47.75 
116.60 




36.45 












60,809.71 


1,332.14 


1,211.95 


1,121.83 


8,413.87 


7,450.86 


2,573.85 


2,226.45 




494.89 






739.61 




337.20 


354 05 












306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 


















306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 


67,190.96 
8,316.62 
1,223.38 


2,699.51 
224.46 


6,774.02 
2,013.61 


8,188.04 
399.34 


9,464.33 
76.40 


76,152.84 
3,194.80 




6,989.22 
11.00 
















1,431.73 


3,393.58 


















76,730.96 


2,923.97 


8,787.63 


8,587.38 


10,972.46 


82,741.22 




7,000.22 




60,809.71 
57,106.76 


1,332.14 
1,362.51 


1,211.95 
961.00 


1,121.83 
800.02 


8,413.87 
8,060.24 


7,450.86 
6,574.41 


2,573.85 
3,003.13 


2,226.43 
1.636.68 


















117,916.47 










14,025.27 


5,576.98 


3,863.11 


65,609.04 


850.49 


1,225.98 


4,011.96 


9,991.66 


6,347.16 


2,000.00 


1,510.78 


46,708.95 


1,191.54 


853.98 


2,607.84 


36,606.98 


24,466.24 


6,894.41 


14,093.98 


112,317.99 


2,042.03 


2,079.96 


6,619.80 


46,598.64 


30,813.40 


8,894.41 


15,604.76 


306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 








53.6 


16.7 


68.9 




26.4 













260 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . . . 


St. 

Catharines 

21,810 


St. Clair 

Beach 

141 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,007 


Population 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c' 

37,167.09 

66,242.22 

159,313.70 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 
3,000.00 


Substation equipment 








24,010.37 


Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


5,650.92 


3,893.84 


5,411.40 


41,233.55 


Line transformers 


75,936.58 
64,698.72 
15,189.49 
27,448.87 
36,209.34 
8,241.00 


1,514.68 
895.67 


1,354.51 
2,039.62 

228.77 


2,203.59 

2,029.73 

311.60 


15,540.86 
18,882.03 


Meters . . : 


Street lighting equipment, regular 


3,300.60 


Street lighting equip., ornamental 






Misc. construction expense 




374.18 


452.22 


3,842.28 


Steam or hvdraulic plant 






Old plant 








20,696.85 












Total plant 


490,447.01 

2,701.03 
22,900.00 
16,098.89 
920.34 
40,518.50 
90,518.15 


8,061.27 


7,890.92 

337.47 
8,500.00 


10,408.54 

903.01 
2,000.00 

27.44 


130,506.54 


Bank and cash balance 


4,270.97 


Securities and investments 






Accounts receivable 


3,594.52 


2,919.34 


Inventories 


223.00 


4,349.83 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






7,596.51 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


918.31 


2,665.18 


2,284.01 


29,383.82 


Rate stabilization fund 




640.10 


1,779.93 


372.35 


1,779.93 








Total assets 


664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 


Deficit 
















Total 


664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


191,999.75 
25,802.70 


5,588.20 
262.50 


4,642.72 
29.50 


4,062.86 


43,356.61 


Accounts payable 


593.06 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


27,448.87 




















Total liabilities 


245,251.32 


5,850.70 


4,672.22 


4,062.86 


43,949.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


90,518.15 

99,039.78 

6,454.01 


918.31 
632.00 


2,665.18 
2,393.00 


2,284.01 
1,113.25 


29,383.82 
35,046.85 


Other reserves 


9.05 












Total reserves 


196,011.94 


1,550.31 


' 5,058.18 


3,397.26 


64,439.72 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


40,023.16 

40,518.50 

142,299.00 


753.25 


1,357.28 


1,937.14 


45,890.41 


Local sinking fund 


7,596.51 


Additional operating surplus 


5,059.94 


10,308.82 


6,598.09 


18,930.63 


Total surplus 


222,840.66 


5,813.19 


11,666.10 


8,535.23 


72,417.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


, 38.4 


47.6 


24.9 


29.6 


25.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



4 4 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



St. Thomas 
17,152 


Sandwich 
7,035 


Sarnia 
15,588 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
15,340 


Seaforth 
1,860 


Simcoe 
4,344 


Springfield 
417 


Stamford 
Twp. 
5,680 


$ c. 
42,872.35 


$ c 

317.75 

2,668.25 

76,211.04 


$ c. 

81,519.26 

132,107.76 

166,315.66 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,251.57 

5,999.16 

27,914,59 


$ c. 

2,202.99 

6,593.09 

32,053.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,912.06 


92,594.53 






14,895.08 
62,674.89 


101,984.22 
23,940.88 


182,597.15 


7,736.78 


44,303.31 

57,541.63 

13,548.46 

7,538.63 


29,838.31 
37,510.54 

9,163.71 
21,716.25 

8,084.60 


75,371.20 

63,799.70 

6,218.21 

7,482.11 

21,621.14 


34,879.16 
46,578.70 
10,785.47 


7,029.74 
8,364.65 
1,074.49 


15,246.21 

13,396.42 

1,984.61 

2,527.16 

4,595.93 


2,169.19 

1,452.34 

314.31 


24,820.10 

18,069.99 

5,273.08 


7,451.36 


Cr.2173.32 


480.33 


685.08 


8,077.76 




4,448.96 


56,248.50 






927.92 




13,743.66 












391,775.37 

8,239.69 
51,897.31 


189,959.41 
1,750.96 


610,683.54 
4,612.22 


272,667.16 
7,583.50 


52,114.53 

2,792.20 
8,000.00 
3,579.20 
3,385.11 
8,925.44 
18,028.08 


79,528.13 
2,302.41 


12,357.70 
521.94 


153,466.62 
1,507.63 


15,145.60 


23,320.95 


37,865.58 
5,893.33 


4,777.74 


57.34 
300.00 




11,212.29 


8,749.96 




2,936.73 












101,820.28 


25,455.22 


108,469.63 


19,078.70 
113.04 


13,704.85 


1,508.63 


13,696.13 


11,850.04 




16,783.92 


1,723.43 




















589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


















589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


63,814.29 


136,222.22 


250,676.94 
34,076.44 


164,730.52 
7,164.53 


25,000.00 


40,649.20 
224.80 




84,805.15 


12,072.24 


2,739.50 


12,239.87 








8,057.24 


3,643.26 


26,433.20 


10,226.67 


12,497.07 




3,500.00 


675.96 


1,370.00 








79,529.79 


162,655.42 


294,980.05 


184,392.12 


25,000.00 


44,374.00 


3,415.46 


106,472.26 


101,820.28 
78,847.96 


25,455.22 
13,424.12 


108,469.63 

93,108.49 

283.19 


19,078.70 
23,868.00 


18,028.08 
16,329.14 


13,704,85 
8,408 . 99 


1,508.63 
512.73 


13,696.13 
17,324.44 
















180,668.24 


38,879.34 


201,861.31 


42,946.70 


34,357.22 


22,113.84 


2,021.36 


31,020.57 


79,270.14 


9,350.81 


87,323.06 


25,837.75 




4,785.70 


5,000.00 


18,194.85 




8,925.44 




250,010.08 


29,600.97 


200,143.80 


51,043.57 


30,265.33 


24,619.19 


3,951.45 


27,131.72 


329,280.22 


38,951.78 


287,466.86 


76,881.32 


39,190.77 


29,404.89 


'8,951.45 


45,326.57 


589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


16.1 75.6 


43.6 


64.6 


22.4 


54.0 


26.5 


62.9 



262 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Stouff- 
ville 
1,086 


Stratford 
18,888 


Strathroy 

2,587 


Sutton 

880 




Population 


1,013 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


S c. 

114,166.63 

96,955.02 

146,523.48 


S c. 

4,430.50 

14,855.37 

31,429.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234 02 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


9,878.72 


17,107.69 


10,270.96 


Line transformers 

Meters 


2,579.32 

2,299.38 

851.09 


76,892.38 
75,870.35 
4,349.95 
14,727.04 
13,814.51 


17,040.58 

12,432.44 

1,594.61 


3,402.30 
3,876.32 
1,210.72 


3,593.47 
3,984.13 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


878.59 


258.91 


1,972.57 


1,464.39 


711.79 


Old plant 


3,866.37 


16,150.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 








Total plant 


19,733.79 

3,543.63 

3,000.00 

29.15 


559,449.36 
39,937.32 


96,098.22 
50.00 


27,736.42 
912.63 


19,672.96 


Bank and cash balance 


279.90 


Securities and investments 


7,524.79 


Accounts receivable 


20,663.27 

35,059.82 

100,002.18 

123,640.99 


7,827.85 
6,068.46 


235.53 


114.65 


Inventories 


132.30 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,920.74 


17,920.97 


1,427.54 


8,240.28 


Rate stabilization fund .... 


440.28 


5,926.60 


3,460.85 


705.39 


1,732.70 






Total assets . . 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 


Deficit 
















Total 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


15,698.63 


412,000.00 


27,396.17 


23,365.16 


4,864.11 


Accounts payable .... 




Bank overdraft 






3,678.02 






Other liabilities 






















Total liabilities 


15,698.63 


412,000.00 


31,074.19 


23,365.16 


4,864.11 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


1,920.74 
843.05 


123,640.99 
112,601.30 


17,920.97 
20,522.22 


1,427.54 
1,282.67 


8,240.28 
3,212.71 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


2,763.79 


236,242.29 


38,443.19 


2,710.21 


11,452.99 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,841.64 


43,800.00 
100,002.18 
92,635.07 


18,835.83 


2,634.84 


1,135.89 


Local sinking fund . . 




Additional operating surplus 


7,363.53 


43,073.14 


2,307.30 


20,244.59 


Total surplus ....'. 


10,205.17 


236,437.25 


61,908.97 


4,942.14 


21,380.48 






Total liabilities, reserves and suprlus 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


58.7 


47.2 


27.4 


79.0 


16.5 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Tecumseh 
1,710 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
815 


Thedford 
516 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 

5,812 


Tilbury 
1,939 


Tillson- 
burg 
3,147 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
447.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 
969.46 


$ c. 
2,224 27 












13,937.52 


23,556.39 


6,005.38 


6,918.13 


7,335.47 


2,876.62 


27,619.83 


8,575.11 


33,593.98 


5,298.20 
7,026.99 


2,274.37 

1,744.31 

243.93 


3,485.49 
3,232.53 
1,058.30 


1,363.70 

1,760.73 

861.40 


1,145.40 

1,288.36 

112.29 


^,396.86 
16,051.19 

2,156.78 


6,032.31 

5,229.06 

909 . 68 


10,766.29 

12,686.58 

2,960 83 


280.75 


510 67 


1,262.48 


214.02 


576.75 


1,530.81 


310.45 


5,180.67 
17,643.54 


1,236.48 


1,242.78 






4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 














37,424.81 


10,482.01 

1,904.26 

5,500.00 

6.12 


20,164.86 

951.89 
12,000.00 

354.72 


13,285.89 

1,242.63 

4,500.00 

50.00 


5,733.12 
309.56 


78,048.87 
2,681.66 


26,001.57 

3.758,24 
18,000.00 

39.18 


77,922.92 




25 000 00 


2,430.76 


503.40 


15,971.78 
67.50 


4,653.51 
2,649 34 
















2,480.04 


3,921.11 


3,254.51 


1,463.31 


2,314.83 


10,i70.53 
900.00 


8,225.88 


19,725.81 




946.37 


1,213.93 






1,405.20 


3,003 71 












42,335.61 


22,759.87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.29 


















42,335.61 


22,759.87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.19 


22,471.59 
3,328.37 


3,069.28 


7,598.04 


13,971.52 
446.20 


1,959.45 
16.75 


3,340.53 
2,030.12 


10,280.57 


1'8,582.52 
2,404.80 










156.52 


280.75 










1,289.50 




1,268.00 
















26.080.71 


3,069.28 


7,598.04 


14,417.72 


1,976.20 


6,660.15 


10,280.57 


22,411.84 


2,480.04 
3,083.87 


3,921.11 
3,351.09 


3,254.51 
4,367.14 


1,463.31 
907.33 


2,314.83 
1,605.84 


10,170.53 
20,540.51 


8,225.88 
5,390.14 


19,725.81 
20,312.67 


















5,563.91 


7,272.20 


7,621.65 


2,370.64 


3,920.67 


30,711.04 


13,616.02 


40,038.48 


3,528.41 


2,288.75 


3,589.76 


2,528.48 


1,127.03 


1,659.47 


3,719.43 


17,417.48 


7,162.58 


10,129.64 


19,130.46 


1,224.99 


1,837.01 


68,809.68 


29,814.05 


53,087.49 


10,690 99 


12,418.39 


22,720.22 


3,753.47 


2,964.04 


70,469.15 


33,533.48 


70,504.97 


42,335.61 


22,759.87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.29 


65.4 


16.3 


21.8 


75.5 


30.2 


6.S 


20.9 


19.8 



264 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Toronto 

542,187 


Toronto 
Twp. 

7,438 


Trafalgar 
Twp. 

3,832 


Walker- 
ville 

8,558 


Wallace- 


Population 


burg 
4 119 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
2,897,546.03 
5,577,204.94 
8,355,502.17 
2,862,380.07 
1,967,264.12 
2,096,746.73 
418,036.84 


$ c 
6,099.68 


$ c. 


$ c. 

123,702.03 

82,597.14 

92,333.57 


$ c. 
29,245.85 


Substation equipment 




2,559.54 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


128,079.14 


18,171.09 


41,481.24 


24,826.53 

19,610.77 

2,526.01 


5,704.01 
2,968.67 


56,758.90 
51,171.32 


26,502.16 


Meters 


16,405.53 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


2,425.75 




104,041.52 
31,097.94 




2,196,065.42 


2,164.49 


1,205.03 


8,426.98 


Old plant 


3,622,922.29 


619.65 




18,335.05 


20,941.07 








Total plant 


29,993,668.61 
954,996.41 


183,926.27 
20.00 


28,048.80 
2,982.86 


560,037.47 
13,020.63 


147.988.12 


Bank and cash balance .... 


27,701.97 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,172,881.34 

768,866.87 

3,446,129.36 

3,387,357.74 


2,132.82 


252.60 
349.50 


134,963.55 
29,658.45 


18,662.98 


Inventories 


5,452.82 


Sinking fund on local debentures 




Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets. . . 


13,023.82 




129,365.31 
844.48 


30,765.91 






Rate stabilization fund . 


9,735.61 






970.54 












Total assets 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231,542.34 


Deficit 
















Total 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231,542.34 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


23,269,224.07 
1,503,103.66 


63,848.76 

2,643.02 

2,052.86 

875.20 


18,182.85 


229,392.64 
20,925.18 


60,136.51 


Accounts payable 


13,300.42 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities . . .... 






114,306.02 


583.37 








Total liabilities 


24,772,327.73 


69,419.84 


18,182.85 


364,623.84 


74,014.30 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


3,387,357.74 

4,323,243.99 

726,630.51 


13,023.82 
40,190.76 


' 5',533!82 


129,365.31 

82,650.63 

3,499.58 


30,765.91 
23,086.99 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


8,437,232.24 


53,214.58 


5,533.82 










Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,923,775.93 
3,446,129.36 
1,154,170.68 


15,151.24 


1,243.56 


69,866.36 


11.406.07 






Additional operating surplus 


61,317.25 


6,673.53 


217,884.17 


92.269.07 


Total surplus 


6,524,075.97 


76,468.49 


7,917.09 


287,750.53 


103.675.14 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231,542.34 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


64.8 


37.3 


57.4 







1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Wards- 
ville 
187 


Water- 
down 
866 


Waterford 
1,109 


Waterloo 
6,596 


Waterloo 
Twp. 
7,081 


Watford 
1,010 


Wei land 
8,942 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$. c 


14,221.41 
54,481.16 
64,507.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

28,056.84 

50,107.77 

110,122.52 


$ c. 












4, 592 ..96 


12,107.79 


13,554.85 


334.38 


13,035.23 


5,222.96 


001.14 
729.62 
519.36 


2,198.74 
4,320.62 

583.81 


5,430.47 
4,965.81 

2,077.72 


27,141.44 
27,909.15 
6,777.91 
5,676.54 
5,679.03 
2,333.64 
24,527.03 


1,015.13 
355.49 


4,137.18 

4,454.43 

609 . 48 


43,024.39 

41,287.55 

4,007.21 


2,153.50 

1,922.50 

545.11 








488.73 


112.34 


442.53 


33 . 88 


1,327.20 


10,212.08 


128.57 


193.94 








657.44 


53,620.23 














7,125.75 


19,523.30 

6,826.25 

3,500.00 

2,370.27 

56.04 


26,471.38 

453.22 
6,000.00 

*49!00 


233,255.29 
5,517.11 


1,738.88 


24,220.96 

584.76 

4,000.00 

191.62 

151.74 


340,438.59 

3,481.16 

2,529.77 

123,697.59 

3,119.07 

52,087.04 

58,595.86 

490 . 44 


9,972.64 
1,581.25 


1,500.00 






500.04 


10,544.94 
4,373.27 
4,896.00 

53,260.11 
















453 . 84 


5,979.06 


5,636.85 




3,348.00 


4,293.07 








152.28 


1,610.38 


580.69 


1,231.34 




868.31 


51.84 










9,731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


584,439.52 
42,604.29 


15,898.80 
















9,731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


627,043.81 


15,898.80 


6,336.35 


2,645.45 
897.83 




80,145.18 
6,245.05 




5,817.54 


265,216.34 
73,843.79 


4,812.67 


2.61 


903.05 


1,738.88 


3.97 


218.15 


















3,100.00 


















6,557.11 


3,543.28 


903.05 


86,390.23 


1,738.88 


5,817.54 


342,160.13 


4,816.64 


453 . 84 


5,979.06 
10,634.88 


5,636.85 
4,897.45 


53,260.11 
63,636.27 




3,348.00 
2,941.69 


58,595.86 
81,228.65 

83,188.47 


4,293.07 


666.00 




695.00 






















1,119.84 


16,613.94 


10,534.30 


116,896.38 




6,289.69 


223,012.98 


4,988.07 








1,226.05 


5,354.55 


7,745.53 


25,854.82 

4,896.00 

79,040.63 




3,895.67 


9,783.66 
52,087.04 


2,687.33 








828.91 


14,353.53 


20,008.26 




17,362.49 


3,406.76 










2,054.96 


19,708.08 


27,753.79 


109,791.45 




21,258.16 


61,870.70 


6,094.09 








9.731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


627,043.81 


15,898.80 


70 7 


10.5 


2.7 


32.0 


100.0 


19.3 


61.2 


41.5 



266 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


West Lome 

821 


Weston 

3,882 


Wheatley 
665 


Windsor 
52,638 


Wood- 


Population 


bridge 

758 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 


$ c. 

8,207.01 

31,082.27 

34,927.16 


$ c 


$ c 
237,543.44 
435,074.80 
567,195.47 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. .. . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


11,002.46 


9,791.04 


10,718.12 


4,738.99 

2,717.12 

567.97 


29,170.28 
18,455.89 

7,648.88 
20,729.13 

6,462.63 


2,063.26 

2,240.43 

585.72 


258,123.19 
257,740.77 
37,238.22 
411,110.06 
104,083.10 


3,893.00 


Meters 

Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,084.08 
415.26 


347.14 


574.58 


642.82 


Old plant 


1,250.00 




2,569.50 


144,815.86 










Total plant 


20,623.68 

745.18 
1,848.42 


156,683.25 
9,105.01 


17,824.53 

2,092.92 
48.40 


2,452,924.91 
275.00 


18,753.28 


Bank and cash balance .... 


82.81 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


6,675.45 
484.45 


258,980.94 

134,372.56 

84,182.11 

331,368.03 

4,329.45 


1,008.24 


Inventories 




4.75 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,913.73 


47,402.65 


1,231.23 


6,686.02 


Rate stabilization fund 


709.07 




1,556.31 


65.56 










Total assets 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,423.00 


31,600.66 


Deficit 
















Total 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,433.00 


31,600.66 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts pavable .... 


6,666.27 
1,711.52 


56,554.28 
1,356.68 


11,818.86 


1,199,787.3b 

296,316.20 

60,256.42 

442,548.69 


6,788.65 
6.69 


Bank overdraft .... 






Other liabilities. . 








12.00 












Total liabilities 


8,377.79 


57,910.96 


11,818.86 


1,998,^08.66 


6,807.34 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


6,913.73 
2,703.12 


47,402.65 
29,489.81 


1,231.23 
610.00 


331,368.03 
171,329.98 


6,686.02 
5,046.60 


















Total reserves 


9,616.85 


76,892.46 


1,841.23 


502,698.01 


11.732.62 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,333.73 


13,478.16 


1,181.14 


190,212.68 

84,182.11 

490,431.54 


1,711.32 






Additional operating surplus 


11,511.71 


72,069.23 


7,912.16 


11,349.38 


Total surplus 


12,845.44 


85,547.39 


9,093.30 


764,826.33 


13,06U7O 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,433.00 


31,600.66 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


35.0 


33.5 


54.9 


67.1 


27.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



"A"--Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Wood- 
stock 
10,114 


Wyoming 
460 


York 
Twp. 

47,233 


E. York 
Twp. 
20,859 


N. York 
Twp. 
8,327 


N. York 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 
29,075.01 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,204.74 

8,382.00 

200,580.90 


$ c. 
5,100.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,508,834.51 
8,786,908.73 
16,112,274.89 
3,398,567.82 
4,793,697.99 


59,242.66 










82,567.32 


6,786.24 


521,008.10 


117,740.98 


13,308.34 


6,466.72 


44,918.07 


820.75 
1,679.01 

283.92 




35,300.03 
88,267\ 96 
11,718.63 


19,631.29 
16,365.36 




1,598.15 

1,805.15 

461.80 


45,686.67 




5,061,932.28 
1,032,067.36 


10,699.09 


33,112.78 










1,021,123.44 


17,358.55 
13,811.22 


805 . 20 


19,070.96 


14,933.94 


5,305.32 


1,254.11 


240.77 


3,131,322.06 
43,529.40 














150.00 


4,371,612.18 
















303,358.59 
7,693.49 


10,375.12 
1,684.44 


573,191.84 
119,753.32 


372,388.20 
12,671.08 


164,142.99 
741.63 


14,562.45 


10,722.59 

650.10 

3,000.00 

15.41 


53,261,870.66 
1,793,797.65 


27,000.00 




548,387.13 
2,883,366.60 
1 268,817 66 


1,457.39 
1,964.28 


23.72 


28,456.90 


16,214.55 
1,740.99 


6,856.47 
182.84 


3,506.47 


31,801.97 










4,751,149.12 


74,074.69 


1,636.64 




13,536.73 
7,905.56 


4,804.37 
1,128.49 




2,689.72 


7,675,912.71 






25,333.19 


7,850.12 


410.17 






1,286.14 


171,233.67 














455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,379,868.39 
45,929.87 


















455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,425,798.26 


83,510.10 


363.07 


438.95 


346,965.89 
8,273.33 


81,811.21 


16,447.30 




35,828,414.82 
2,864,803.33 








122,502.92 


2,660.26 






7,851.95 


1,565.80 


623.95 




1,081,364.01 












86,170.36 


6,433.56 


547,989.58 


363,091.17 


147,017.03 


17,071.25 


4,789.81 


39,897,085.08 


74,074.69 


1,636.64 
2,379.33 




13,536.73 
9,580.73 


4,804.37 
9,411.00 




2,689.72 
2,005.42 


7,675.912.71 


72,109.68 
3,863.43 


54,637.06 


423.10 


7,913,045.24 
882,652.86 


















150,047.80 


4,015.97 


54,637.06 


23,117.46 


14,215.37 


423.10 


4,695.14 


16,471,610.81 


43,875.53 
31,801.97 


3,629.51 


52,449.37 


10,101.89 


6,359.98 


574.57 


801 . 80 


4,454,259.58 
4,751,149.12 


143,304.87 


51.05 


66,326.05 


28,146.59 


10,264.41 




8,077.21 


6,851,693.67 








218,982.37 


3,680.56 


118,775.42 


38,248.48 


16,624.39 


574.57 


8,879.01 


16,057,102.37 


455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,425,798.26 


15.6 


51.5 


75.9 88.3 


84.9 


94.5 


30.6 


58.5 



268 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alliston 
1,269 


Arthur 
1,153 


Barrie 
7,429 


Beaverton 

988 


Beeton 


Population 


569 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

14,198.21- 

5,615.98 

39,561.24 

63,464.23 

21,940.98 

32,663.98 

5,341.74 

6,516.82 

800.00 


$ c 
299.50 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


675.73 
21,837.46 




428.50 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


16,467.06 


17,903.64 


11,291.91 


5,224.26 
5,410.30 
1,428.88 


3,841.78 

3,026.95 

726.16 


4,904.70 

4,904.47 

842.19 


1,981.55 


Meters. . 


1,443.84 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,138.14 


2,557.52 


284.18 


2,303.56 


1,389.69 


Old plant 


8,146.49 


1,086.62 


41,358.61 


3,772.42 








Total plant 


45,280.64 


25,432.75 
151.91 


231,461.79 

"V,578.'io 

13,070.10 

1,219.50 


34,930.48 

2,806.04 
4,000.00 
1,677.90 

145.57 


17,673.63 


Bank and cash balance . . . 




Securities and investments . . 






Accounts receivable 


510.00 


25.60 


385.42 


Inventories 


3.02 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


2,809.74 


4,047.06 


22,940.13 


5,478.07 


2,428.07 


Rate stabilization fund 








1,717.95 














Total assets 


48,600.38 
4,877.30 


29,657.32 
10,349.68 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


20,490.14 


Deficit 


5,311.77 










Total 


53,477.68 


40,007.00 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


25,801.91 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


34,136.54 

799.16 

2,048.24 


17,862.16 
7,931.98 


20,586.95 

11,223.36 

9,975.75 


11,233.95 
353.18 


12,844.09 


Accounts payable • 


4,570.80 


Bank overdraft 


404.45 


Other liabilities 




















Total liabilities 


36,983.94 


25,794.14 


41,786.06 


11,587.13 


17,819.34 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


2,809.74 
7,820.54 


4,047.06 
7,027.96 


22,940.13 

38,091.36 

700.00 


5,478.07 
5,897.29 


2,428.07 
3,398.59 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


10,630.28 


11,075.02 


61,731.49 


11,375.36 


5,826.66 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,863.46 


3,137.84 


66,413.05 


3,766.05 


2,155.91 






Additional operating surplus 






106,339.08 


24,027.47 












Total surplus 


5,863.46 


3,137.84 


172,752.13 


27,793.52 


2,155.91 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


53,477.68 


40,007.00 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


25,801.91 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


80.8 


100.7 


16.5 


25.6 


98.6 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Bradford 
974 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
910 


Chats- 
worth 

285 


Chesley 
1,701 


Coldwater 
608 


Colling- 
wood 
6,259 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
65.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c 
14,594.04 
11,203.24 
41,934.99 


$ c 
60.00 


388.50 






595.98 
18,256.69 


392.95 


16,022.45 


1,627.82 


8,895.27 


3,848.27 


7,294.43 


8,735.23 


1,342.34 

2.683.17 

544.95 


943.21 
486.67 
118.36 


2,553.75 

3,342.75 

590.55 


919.44 
852.75 
309.78 


4,761.82 
5,672.23 
1,017.36 


2,882.84 

2,291.64 

399.16 


13,110.67 

19,581.95 

2,813.56 


1,811.45 

1,409.84 

514.21 


1,691.36 


546.92 


559.63 


385.90 


3,290.16 


145.03 


8,268.40 


1,499.15 






3,609.37 




5,503.60 




473.20 














22,672.77 
324.38 


3,722.98 
251.96 


19,551.32 

1,405.34 

2,326.62 

110.50 

282.18 


6,381.14 
1,579.90 


39,097.84 
8,040.86 


13,288.10 

530.83 
6,000.00 
1,527.34 


111,980.05 

2.173.97 

30,000.00 

7,397.19 

796.77 


14,422.83 
735.32 


1,096.76 

8.24 


670.29 
127.04 


186.59 


380.82 
175.50 


601.31 




1,648.83 
822.97 






2,530.56 


2,397.32 


4,164.71 


5,910.29 


2,228.76 


35,545.70 


746.04 






1,821.39 




3,322.50 


....337.52 
















26,632.71 

5,542.45 


7,169.59 
986.20 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


16,505.50 
1,028 11 
















32,175.16 


8,155.79 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


17,533.61 


16,951.93 
5,996.67 


2,744.56 
1,479.49 


11,600.91 
75.18 


5,080.47 


16,578.49 


5,232.73 


12,988.54 
3,555.30 


10,881.00 
334.79 
























1,315.73 


















22,948.60 


4,224.05 


11,676.09 


5,080.47 


16,578.49 


5,232.73 


17,859.57 


11,215.79 


2,530.56 
4,447.93 


2,397.32 
1,068.06 


4,164.71 
4,384.14 


822.97 

1,742.57 


5,910.29 
8,553.43 


2,228.76 
4,880.08 


35,545.70 
31,487.69 


746.04 
2,952.78 


















6,978.49 


3,465.38 


8,548.85 


2,565.54 


14,463.72 


7,108.84 


67,033.39 


3,698.82 


2,248.07 


466.36 


3,399.09 


319.53 
1,648.83 
1,005.06 


10,921.51 


1,767.27 


29,616.05 


2,619.00 






6,038.03 


14,964.09 


9,803.71 


73,384.67 










2,248.07 


466.36 


9,437.12 


2,973.42 


25,885.60 


11,570.98 


103,000.72 


2,619.00 


32,175.16 


8,155.79 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


17,533.61 


95.2 


88.5 


45.8 


42.1 


32.5 


24.1 


11.7 


71.2 



270 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Creemore 
650 


Dundalk 
713 


Durham 
1,627 


Elmvale 
P.V. 




Population 


P.V. 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
106.25 


$ c. 


Substation equipment ..." 






584.88 
17,185.40 




Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


5,659.60 


6,462.12 


7,332.25 


4,780.39 


Line transformers 


1,439.11 

2,327.06 

272.07 


2,160.58 

2,099.50 

761.95 


5,855.75 
4,152.19 
1,121.19 


3,020.54 
2,562.20 

388.77 


803 . 88 


Meters 


777.56 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


302.28 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


185.41 


243.99 


1,349.82 


510.13 


1,093.62 


Old plant 


2,651.15 


380.94 


1,506.51 












Total plant 


12,534.40 

1,674.83 

5,000.00 

197.97 

67.31 


12,109.08 

1,083.39 

7,000.00 

133.79 

.. 74.00 


31,755.74 

1,340.32 

18,000.00 

275.31 


13,920.14 


7,757.73 
231.20 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and^ investments 

Accounts receivable 


5,000.00 
256:64 


244!ii 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 






221.76 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


2,471.29 


2,167.14 


6,135.09 


3,836.92 


486.15 


Rate stabilization fund 


881.76 


924.71 


2,789.03 












Total assets 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


8,941.25 


Deficit 


360.75 














Total 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


9,302.00 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance •. 


3,519.21 


2,910.51 


15,381.57 


4,935.08 
891.04 
142.37 


5,138.74 


Accounts payable 


23.00 


Bank overdraft 










Other liabilities 






















Total liabilities 


3,519.21 


2,910.51 


15,381.57 


5,968.49 


5,161.74 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


2,471.29 
2,873.60 


2,167.14 
2,751.12 


6,135.09 

6,888.22 


3,836.92 
4,526.07 


486.15 
1,371.09 


Other reserves. . . 
















Total reserves 


5,344.89 


4,918.26 


13,023.31 


8,362.99 


1,857.24 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,980.79 


3,426.39 


10,418.43 


2,064.92 


2,061.26 


Local sinking fund 


221.76 


Additional operating surplus 


10,982.67 


12,236.95 


21,472.18 


6,617.30 






Total surplus 


13,963.46 


15,663.34 


31,890.61 


8,682.22 


2,283.02 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


9,302.00 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


12.3 


13.6 


28.4 


24.1 


60.0 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Flesherton 
461 


Grand 
Valley 

653 


Graven- 
hurst 
' 1,723 


Hanover 
2,881 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 

2,717 


Kincardine 
2,067 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c 

2,827.29 

8,654.25 

1 £,838. 78 


$ c 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

46,535.86 


$ c 


$ c. 

326.49 

647.30 

12,489.16 


$ c. 

4,594.68 

2,794.20 

35.674-.41 


$ c. 








4,869.39 


9,559.56 


2,061.63 


5,041.33 


497.18 

1,034.45 

399.16 


1,374.97 

2,114.00 

458.21 


2,272.33 

5,922.73 

695.45 


15,069.19 

13,147.73 

2,326.30 


525.22 
441.67 
168.69 


3,609.60 
6,819.64 
1,888.43 


6,362.42 
7,184.67 
3,791.43 


428.20 
463.15 
379.00 


887.26 


205.70 


1,633.15 


6,415.20 


205.93 


384.92 


5,659.28 


301.53 




919.85 


24,799.39 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 














7,687.44 
803.01 


14,668.79 

1,665.36 

3,392.76 

59.96 


64,643.37 

5,467.22 
5,800.00 
8,271.68 
1,617.49 
4,371.41 
3,267.42 


98,137.70 

6,684.06 

16,861.95 

3,362.43 


3,403.14 
215.79 


31,601.74 
8,759.99 


66,061.09 
10.00 


6,613.21 
135.47 


138.22 


387.25 
54.81 


4,720.75 
1,602.71 


237.80 
1,118.00 


56a. 42 










1,206.65 


2,159.88 


17,964.72 


709.07 


10,363.94 


3,140.56 


585.77 


735.54 


1,473.16 




4,508.58 




1,724.72 
















10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


4,770.06 

4,532.57 


58,773.85 


70,567.45 
6,441.05 


7,895.87 
824.27 














10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


9,302.63 


58,773.85 


77,008.50 


8,720.14 


67.15 


7,058.54 


27,715.52 


10.40 


1,507.33 
5,260.10 


11,102.19 
2,482.20 


49,924.52 

4,078.77 

226.34 


4,862.34 
1,320.18 










































5,360.18 


7,058.54 


27,715.52 


65,237.14 


6,767.43 


13,584.39 


54,229.63 


6,182.52 


1,200.03 

2,034.13 

247.00 


2,159.88 
3,650.65 


3,267.42 
10,433.05 


17,964.72 
18,666.35 


709.07 
571.41 


10,363.94 
6,897.18 


3,140.56 
5,362.83 


585.77 
814.19 


















3,487.78 


5,810.53 


13,700.47 


36,631.07 


1,280.48 


17,261.12 


8,503.39 


1,399.96 


1,406.97 


3,941.46 


36,252.92 

4,371.41 

11,398.27 


22,273.26 


1,254.72 


10,031.35 


14,275.48 


1,137.66 


315.93 


6,609.38 


23,377.97 




17,896.99 














1,722.90 


10,550.84 


52,022.60 


45,651.23 


1,254.72 


27,928.34 


14,275.48 


1,137.66 


10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


9,302.63 


58,773.85 


77,008.50 


8,720.14 


57.2 


33.2 


26.0 


53.0 


166.6 


28.1 


80.4 


84.6 



272 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Lucknow 
982 


Markdale 
876 


Meaford 

2,576* 


Midland 
8,060 


Mount 


Population 


Forest 
1,779 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

1,102.93 

2,484.99 

26,135.25 


$ c 
.19,943.19 
71,955.39 
84,032.03 


$ c. 
3,725.00 


Substation equipment .... 




780.80 
8,239.36 


686 75 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


14,793.48 


19,483.40 


Line transformers 


2,381.35 
3,106.49 
1,040.95 


2,579.71 
2,261.50 
1,015.17 


6,046.90 
5,684.21 

2,225.13 


17,524.77 
30,882.06 

6,089.46 
11,904.53 

9,052.03 


4,348 80 


Meters 


5,170 39 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,241.2S 


2,099.08 


587.89 


2,264.39 


2,048. 2S 


Old plant 




2,080.65 


3, i35.75 


14,315.62 


3,958 97 








Total plant 


23,421.35 

2,473.16 

2,583.91 

119.40 


17,545.08 

963 . 96 

1,500.00 

179.36 

280.95 


49,069.55 

3,260.95 
16,581.86 


265,699.08 
8,666.05 


41,662.87 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 


4.000.00 


Accounts receivable ..... 


17,200.87 
6,259.08 


49 67 


Inventories 




122.04 


Sinking fund on local debentures.. 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,481.12 


1,451.65 


1,895.74 


44,364.13 


5,682.85 


Rate stabilization fund 


394.86 


556.38 


3,001.72 


3,259.47 


4,956 59 






Total assets 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474 02 


Deficit 
















Total 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance ■ 

Accounts payable 


16,538.35 
985.00 


7,297.05 
111.36 


45,360.20 


65,130.45 
15,845.60 


18,632.34 

1,487.58 


Bank overdraft 




.. 266.36 


Other liabilities 


13.50 


20.00 


192.71 


209.00 








Total liabilities 


17,536.85 


'7,428.41 


45,552.91 


81,185.05 


20,386.28 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems, . 
For depreciation 


1,481.12 
2,077.30 


1,451.65 
3,832.25 


1,895.74 
2,490.88 


44,364.13 
57,194.21 


5,682.85 
8,918.02 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


3,558.42 


5,283'. 90 


4,386.62 


101,558.34 


14,600.87 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,185.01 


1,702.95 


4,000.00 


46,939.54 


12,326.26 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


6,193.52 


8,062.12 


19,870.29 


115,765.75 


9,160.61 


Total surplus 


9,378.53 


9,765.07 


23,870.29 


162.705.29 


21,486.87 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


60.5 


35.3 


63.3 


26.9 


40.1 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



" A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Neustadt 
476 


Orange- 
ville 
2,649 


Owen 
Sound 
12,231 


Paisley 

775 


Penetang- 

uishene 

3,936 


Port 

McNicoll 

630 


• Port 
Perry 
1,153 


Price 
ville ' 
P.V. 


Ripley 
454 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

23,917.19 


$ c. 
28,953.74 
11,999.17 
89,656.89 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,151.00 

4,040.66 

37,633.75 


$ c. 
202.60 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c. 










9,837.34 


9,991.94 


6,658.19 


16,542.10 


4,625.00 


8,814.81 


4,243.29 

1,838.70 

496.41 


3,714.73 
6,864.61 
1,152.67 


31,649.31 
48,691.97 
11,872.76 
7,438.98 
2,221.26 
33,282.00 


1,330.99 
2,132.18 
1,037.03 


13,318.48 

12,337.31 

2,668.46 


755.23 

1,760.68 

190.73 


2,999.53 
2,946.83 
1,030.40 


549.70 

337.65 
139.88 


2,705.98 
730.36 

850.83 


1,495.88 


3,406.09 


668.75 


2,253.65 


496.42 


135.74 


833.90 


1,164.99 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


1,745.00 


2,124.20 






















19,009.22 

1,174.92 


46,014.35 
1,085.16 


265,766.08 
8,054.77 


16,905.89 

2,636.71 

1,500.00 

813.55 


76,527.51 

7,964.27 
6,778.16 
2,453.91 
1,028.59 


10,063.85 

758.86 


23,654.60 

1,401.38 
9,946.66 

418.56 


6,554.13 
72.44 


14,266.97 
681.02' 


309.65 


4,107.34 
320.80 


3,961.63 

7,833.57 
37,307.46 
29,817.85 

5,705.87 
13,793.11 


17.84 




159.43. 














1,836.84 


5,896.72 


856.07 


16,963.15 


1,057.59 


1,370.12 


154.83 


780.6S 






1,012.71 


3,977.15 




1,975.01 
















22,330.63 
7,335.07 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


6,781.40 

2,687.08 


15,888.07 
622.74 


















29,665.70 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


9,468.48 


16,510.81 


12,686.61 

7,341.81 


3,288.49 


50,000.00 
6,361.25 


14,546.29 


27,332.16 


4,927.74 


19,384.52 

844.08 


1,708.65 


492.65 
















1,140.88 








2,121.50 




















20,027.42 


25,585.65 


57,502.13 


14,546.29 


27,332.16 


4,927.74 


22,350.10 


7,143.27 


13,141.13 


1,836.84 
3,487.05 


5,896.72 
10,773.00 


29,817.85 

37,968.72 

5,705.87 


856.07 
867.50 


16,963.15 
23,174.32 


1,057.59 
2,326.44 


1,370.12 
1,747.07 


154.83 
605.00 


780.65 
1,265.57 


















5,323.89 


16,669.72 


73,492.44 


1,723.57 


40,137.47 


3,384.03 


3,117.19 


759.83 


2,046.22 


4,314.39 


13,602.84 


91,000.00 
37,307.46 
112,938.31 


1,453.71 


13,667.84 


2,372.26 


497.14 


1,565.38 


1,323.46 




1,566.16 


6,001.36 


34,555.27 


1,214.11 


12,801.90 












4,314.39 


15,169.00 


241,245.77 


7,455.07 


48,223.11 


3,586.37 


13,299.04 


1,565.38 


1,323.46 


29,665.70 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


9,468.48 


16,510.81 


9V. 7 


49.6 


6.6 


63.6 


27.7 


45.4 


59.7 


107.8 


87.0 



274 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Shelburne 
1,134 


Stayner 

967 


Sunder- 
land 
P.V. 


Tara 

480 


Tees- 




water 

862 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 

800.00 

566.60 

13,587.18 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


200.00 
10,017.25 






330 31 


Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


3,866.03 


10,552.17 


14,535.47 


Line transformers 


3,940.42 
4,541.17 
1,037.70 


3,705.73 

3,676.60 

797.47 


1,454.65 

1,609.92 

265.19 


1,706.89 

1,359.51 

430.59 


3,010.01 
2,665.91 
1,338.07 


Meters 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,208.01 


321.33 


142.22 


1,243.96 


1,733.50 


Old plant 


739.50 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 




4,976.86 






Total plant 


27,420.58 

1,166.20 

3,000.00 

107.90 

103.85 


22,850.79 

420.50 

7,000.00 

195.26 

45.07 


9,368.01 
.03 


15,293.12 

597.24 


28,590.13 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 






45.54 
126.00 


32.27 


775 77 


Inventories 


7.22 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




4,543.94 
1,589.49 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,408.23 


3,462.21 


3,116.05 


1,408.49 


Rate stabilization fund 


1,340.83 


783.07 
















Total assets 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


17,331.12 
7,022.67 


35,506.55 


Deficit 


3,158.61 












Total 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


24,353.79 


38,665.16 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


12,314.90 
111.85 


7,589.10 
40.00 


4,909.28 


11,150.23 
4,188.02 


24,773.75 


Accounts payable 


2,849*. 28 
193.41 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




9.00 






6.00 












Total liabilities 


12,426.75 


7,638.10 


4,909.28 


15,338.25 


27,822.44 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


3,408.23 
5,385.37 


3,462.21 
5,412.71 


3,116.05 
2,134.84 


1,408.49 
3,257.28 


1,589.49 
1,483.04 


Other reserves . 
















Total reserves 


8,793.60 


8,874.92 












Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,605.10 


6,410.90 


1,890.72 


4,349.77 


3,226.25 


Local sinking fund 


4,543.94 


Additional operating surplus 


7,722.14 


11,832.98 


604.74 










Total surplus 


15,327.24 


18,243.88 


2,495.46 


4,349.77 


7,770.19 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


24,353.79 


38,665.16 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


37.5 


24.4 


51.4 


96.3 


79.2 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Thornton 
P.V. 


Totten- 
ham 
544 


Uxbridge 
1,452 


Victoria 

Harbor 

1,425 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wingham 
2,421 


Woodville 

444 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,508.05 

4,699.84 

32,624.90 


$ c. 


$ c. 

108,423.86 

140,524.71 

873,446.40 

63,464.23 

236,800.94 

291,067.17 

70,436.16 

25,860.33 




358.50 
7,890.77 










6,379.63 


11,347.84 


7,069.13 


3,773.06 


2,285.90 


860.41 
575.20 
375.90 


1,117.48 

1,571.37 

460.17 


2,510.33 
3,004.33 
1,214.74 


1,090.25 

2,134.36 

319.62 


796.81 

1,142.37 

164.14 


11,514.64 
9,704.17 
3,116.13 


1,306.79 

1,520.23 

127.31 


300.35 


1,265.68 


843.50 


642 . 64 


257.66 


4,316.94 
13,200.00 
12,243.13 


251.91 


85,053.49 

46,482.00 

160,293 89 




311.45 








2,182.50 












8,491.49 


12,975.42 
694.85 


18,920.74 

905.37 
8,000.00 
2,152.28 


11,256.00 

2,648.78 


6,134.04 
2,000.36 


99,927.80 

30.00 

10,000.00 

4,593.79 

3,236.36 


7,674.64 

1,484.85 
4,000.00 


2,101,853.18 

95,212.98 

185,850.08 

84,408.34 

26,655.67 

48,093.40 

285,736.67 

5,705.87 

58,914.21 






191.61 


35.26 


















486.62 


1,448.72 


1,475.37 


1,374.19 


744.28 


3,800.34 


3,269.35 






2,053.33 


248.88 


238.19 


279.46 


806.59 






8,978.11 
4,795.37 


15,310.60 
4,894.21 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,892,430.40 
70,769.90 
















13,773.48 


20,204.81 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,963,200.30 


5,904.35 

3,688.75 


3,559.12 


16,207.59 


3,781.45 


126.75 


236.12 
2,300.78 


4,251.54 
257.45 


868,306.91 
103,976.56 


192.11 






15,749.81 
5,034.32 








6.00 


















9,785.21 


13,504.46 


16,207.59 


3,787.45 


2,202.24 


62,428.18 


4,508.99 


993,067.60 


486.62 
1,906.00 


1,448.72 
2,229.87 


1,475.37 
1,397.94 


1,374.19 
2,805.95 


744.28 
1,380.01 


3,800.34 
8,931.88 


3,269.35 
1,297.70 


285,736.67 

382,942.23 

6,652.87 
















2,392.62 


3,678.59 


2,873.31 


4,180.14 


2,124.29 


12,732.22 


4,567.05 


675,331.77 


1,595.65 


3,021.76 




2,718.55 


1,424.51 


36,214.22 


1,248.46 


511,875.47 






48,093.40 
734,832.06 






14,426.19 


4,876.97 


3,365.83 


10,493.13 


6,910.93 






1,595.65 


3,021.76 


14,426.19 


7,595.52 


4,790.34 


46,707.35 


8,159.39 


1,294,800.93 


13,773.48 


20,204.81 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,963,200.30 


115.2 


97.4 


50.6 


26.7 


26.3 


52.9 


32.3 


37.3 



276 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



ST. LAWRENCE 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 

2,372 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Brockville 
9,119 


Chester- 
ville 
1,060 


Lancaster 


Population . . 


599 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ i 

27,994.53 

261.80 

67,180.02 


$ c. 
250.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


27,134.49 


2,768.15 


6,604.91 


6,133.95 


Line transformers 


8,150.11 
6,206.49 
2,093.76 


1,165.70 
768.90 
398.97 


24,435.31 
32,815.40 
16,605.64 


2,356.82 

3,010.78 

496.35 


962 35 




1,277.30 
650.65 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 


5,542.75 


210.33 


5,505.32 

53,936.51 

2,400.00 


610.68 


1,068.55 


Old plant 


4,466.89 


709.55 












Total plant 


53,796.49 

5,358.70 


6,190.66 
52.06 


231,134.53 

23,059.48 
93,213.30 
14,239.98 

4,482.49 
81,997.57 
30,388.35 

1,160.12 
17,184.94 


13,329.54 

4,262.98 

4,000.00 

2,229.04 

754.53 


10,092.80 
744 66 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,807.26 


514.76 


197 49 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,598.46 


416.12 


7,240.26 


950.34 


Rate stabilization fund 






4,937.26 












Total assets 


65,560.91 


7,173.60 
320 69 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


•11,985.29 
8,941.77 


Deficit 












Total 


65,560.91 


7,494.29 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


20,927.06 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


35,776.64 
4,295.13 


5,114.90 
604.55 


152,754.74 
9,392.96 


3,930.23 
1,218.35 


7,505.29 


Accounts payable 


9,059.30 


Bank overdraft 






425.25 






3.00 












Total liabilities 


40,497.02 


5,719.45 


162,147.70 


5,151.58 


16,564.59 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


4,598.46 
3,910.29 


416.12 
473.62 


30,388.35 
27,602.00 


7,240.26 
4,514.84 


950.34 
947.00 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


8,508.75 


889.74 


57,990.35 


11,755.10 


1,897.34 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


12,357.20 


885.10 


73,902.80 

81,997.57 

120,822.34 


2,569.77 


2,465.13 


Additional operating surplus 


4,197.94 




17,277.16 








Total surplus 


16,555.14 


885.10 


276,722.71 


19,846.93 


2,465.13 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


65,560.91 


7,494.29 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


20,927.06 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


66.4 


84.6 


20.8 


17.4 


151.1 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



111 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
812 


Prescott 
2,652 


Russell 
P.V. 


Williams- 
burg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,084 


ST. LAWRENCE 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


$ c 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
299.85 


$ c. 

31,803.13 

669.59 




407.79 
10,960.21 






2,534.39 


33,874.15 


7,311.30 


1,608.59 


8,174.68 


174,284.84 


690.33 
625.95 
335.26 


1,736.95 
2,176.13 
1,498.61 


8,994.91 

12,395.60 

1,741.96 


1,382.48 

1,178.58 

482.22 


297.89 
827.62 
152.11 


1,753.41 

3,596.17 

605.02 


51,926.26 
64,878.92 
25,060.55 


653.27 


2,427.80 


2,030.10 


1,191.88 


4.00 


343.94 


19,588.62 
53,936 51 






12,108.35 






1,100.00 


20,784 79 












4,965.35 

191.52 

1,000.00 

316.38 


19,207.49 
996.20 


73,906.61 

4,325.12 
7,000.00 
1,579.04 


11,546.46 
353.26 


2,890.21 

226.12 

1,000.00 

77.48 


15,873.07 

2,759.28 

8,000.00 

462 . 50 

1,100.00 


442,933.21 

42,329.38 

114,213.30 

23,905.10 

6,337 02 


59.45 


2,421.72 






4,522.52 
7,037.69 






86,520 09 


237.12 


1,215.78 


241.27 


704.58 


3,710.54 


56,740.51 

1,160.12 

31,179.87 






5,203.30 




547.40 


3,306.97 








6,710.37 


21,478.92 
1,923.55 


103,574.28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


805,318.60 
11,186.01 












6,710.37 


23,402.47 


103.574,28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


816,504.61 


4,862.31 


12,839.29 

4,731.17 


13,294.18 


9,713.21 
3,270.99 


1,426.10 


8,379.56 
1,655.20 


255,596.45 
34,227.65 












50.50 








478 75 














4,862.31 


17,570.46 


13,344.68 


12,984.20 


1,426.10 


10,034.76 


290,302.85 


237.12 
436.00 


1,215.78 
1,455.52 


7,037.69 
20,221.45 


241.27 


704.58 
1,062.90 


3,710.54 
4,291.05 


56,740.51 
64,914.67 


























241.27 


1,767.48 


8,001.59 


121,655.18 


1,137.69 


3,160.71 


10,685.16 

4,522.52 

47,762.78 


286.79 


1,323.90 


2,270.44 


111,044.69 

86,520.09 

206,981.80 


37.25 




1,050.45 


928.31 


14,905.57 






1,174.94 


3,160.71 


62,970.46 


1,337.24 


2,252.21 


17,176.01 


404,546.58 


6,710.37 


23,402.47 


103,574.28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


816,504.61 


75.1 


86.6 


9.6 


90.6 


30.3 


31.8 


30.8 



27S 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



RIDEAU 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Carleton 
Place 
4,221 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,238 


Lanark 
624 


Perth 
3,640 


Smiths 


Population 


Falls 
6,857 






Assets 


$ c. 

5,688.32 

2,471.63 

29,427.61 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 

- 6,600.50 

3,492.82 

36,716.93 


$ c. 
20,428.85 


Substation equipment . . . 






4,845.66 


Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


16,730.30 


5,074.48 


72,151.40 


6,892.96 

13,252.30 

1,104.74 


4,010.69 
4,572.99 
1,013.42 


639.33 

1,130.02 

642.24 


16,333.62 

17,291.95 

3,863.07 


17,957.38 


Meters 


25,877.84 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. . . . 


6,230.21 


8,550.54 


5,518.38 


276.12 


5,274.60 

22,500.56 

2,674.25 


8,022.99 
38,251.49 


Old plant 








21,566.48 












Total plant 


67,388.10 

2,715.56 

11,000.00 

8,641.28 

959.96 


31,845.78 

1,774.71 

8,000.00 

3,608.32 

568.32 


7,762.19 
2,188.04 


114,748.30 
75.00 


215,332.30 


Bank and cash balance 


38.82 


Securities and investments . . 


21,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


674.34 


43,800.29 
6,099.17 


2,417.74 


Inventories 


1,017.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


8,502.13 
368.56 


1,918.52 


587.26 


6,255.96 
366.36 


11,214.77 


Rate stabilization fund 




















Total assets 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 


Deficit 
















Total • 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


57,900.46 
3,625.72 


22,794.28 
51.11 


6,182.29 


3,461.35 
2,378.21 


142,457.22 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


350.00 






361.50 












Total liabilities 


61,876.18 


22,845.39 


6,182.29 


103,259.24 


142,457.22 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


8,502.13 
7,328.62 


1,918.52 
2,605.00 


587.26 
658.02 


17,878.91 


11,214.77 
38,445.15 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


15,830.75 


4,523.52 




24,134.87 


49,659.92 






Debentures paid 


8,099.54 


2,205.72 


1,379.18 


11,341.82 


55,167.78 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


13,769.12 


18,141.02 


2,405.08 


32,609.15 


3,736.47 


Total surplus 


21,868.66 


20,346.74 


3,784.26 


43,950.97 


58,904.25 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


67.9 


49.9 


58.2 


62.5 


59.4 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 





THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 


OTTAWA 
SYSTEM 


TRENT 
SYSTEM 


RIDEAU 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Nipigon 
P.V. 


Port 
Arthur 
17,021 


THUNDER 

BAY SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Ottawa 
118,088 


Bloom- 
field 
653 


Havelock 
1,214 


$ c. 
32,717.67 
10,810.11 


$ c. 


$ c 

69,026.52 

63,221.52 

343,211.12 


$ c. 

69,026.52 

63,221.52 

352,409.93 


$ c 

145,806.00 

415,028.81 

526,303.83 

146,593.30 

216,141.33 

210,036.02 

62,713.93 

29,978.05 

36,141.05 


$ c 


$ c. 




410.00 

7,447.37 


572.90 


160,100.72 


9,198.81 


19,542.42 


45,833.98 
62,125.10 
12,853.68 


936.94 

1,283.36 

224.32 


34,671.35 
63,310.59 
34,509.52 


35,608.29 
64,593.95 
34,733.84 


859.96 

2,129.95 

622.90 


2,054.41 
4,869.43 
1,811.18 


27,642.63 
60,752.05 
24,240.73 


22.53 


27,621.91 
348,112.93 


27,644.44 
348,112.93 


1,403.42 


4,576.33 








2,420.45 














437,076.67 

6,792.13 
40,000.00 
59,141.97 

8,645.21 


11,665.96 
308.43 


983,685.46 

78,721.81 

350,365.92 

68,842.34 

35,880.36 

185,656.11 


995,351.42 

79,030.24 

350,365.92 
68,842.34 
35,880.36 

185,656.11 


1,788,742.32 

2,451.57 

103,000.00 

59,681.53 

31,051.87 

372,744:89 


12,873.60 
5,456.84 


35,847.12 

94.42 
2,500.00 




61.60 


210.04 












28,478.64 
734 92 






























1,152.15 


2,478.71 














580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544.19 


41,130.29 
















580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544.19 


41,130.29 


7,138.18 


9,439.99 
222.62 


55,578.91 


445,539.99 
55,801.53 


963,214.93 
16,784.92 
23,094.59 


9,591.70 


26,944.28 


2,378.21 






711.50 










1.50 
















336,620.32 


9,662.61 


491,678.91 


501,341.52 


1,003,094.44 


9,591.70 


26,945.78 
















66,915.70 


455.00 


214,326.23 
7,387.56 


214,781.23 
7,387.56 


581,747.08 
35,465.94 


2,057.00 


2,423.56 










95,394.34 


455.00 


221,713.79 


222,168.79 


617,213.02 


2,057.00 


2,423.56 


78,194.04 


560.01 


200,000.00 
185,656.11 
604,103.19 


200,560.01 
185,656.11 
605,399.96 


16,785.07 

372,744.89 
347,834.76 


1,608.30 


5,955.72 


70,660.84 


1,296.77 


6,287.19 


5,805.23 


148,854.88 


1,856.78 


989,759.30 


991,616.08 


737,364.72 


7,895.49 


11,760.95 


580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544.19 


41,130.29 


60/9 


80.7 


20.2 


20.6 


31.7 


49.1 


65 . 5 



280 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



TRENT 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kingston 
21,621 


Lakefield 
1,226 


Marmora 
733 


Norwood 
750 


Omemee 

472 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
134,601.24 


$ c 
86.89 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ • c. 


Substation equipment 




457.53 
22,626.79 


360.32 
9,964.17 


Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


115,765.66 
80,944.60 
45,624.33 
81,338.96 
13,230.56 
26,698.41 
45,479.91 
76,096.68 
42,077.11 


18,991.48 


12,104.42 


Line transformers 


2,951.78 
5,316.75 
1,798.73 


1,488.30 
2,574.08 
1,088.59 


3,644.69 
4,215.49 
1,802.02 


2,488.39 

2,317.21 

436.78 


Meters. . 


' Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,337.14 


2,000.91 


3,937.86 


1,540.92 


Old plant 


3,445.25 


573.62 


2,447.51 








Total plant 


661,857.46 
64,159.13 


35,928.02 

2,474.26 

7,000.00 

470.15 


19,829.92 
7,597.53 


39,131.89 

5,449.98 
2,000.00 

72.77 


17,107.79 

438.27 




Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


24,393.34 
11,151.86 
67,578.83 


3.30 


72 34 


Inventories % . . . 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 










Other assets 








217.71 




Rate stabilization fund 




1,549.19 
















Total assets 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618 40 


Deficit 
















Total .' 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618.40 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


240,125.23 


30,760.35 
29.28 


13,660.90 
364.87 


33,833.32 
336.17 


8,502.74 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 












10.00 


195.00 












Total liabilities 


240,125.23 


30,789.63 


14,035.77 


34,364.49 


8,502.74 




Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 












For depreciation 


51,263.79 
6,796.80 


3,871.54 


1,498.17 


3,378.74 


3,012.25 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


58,060.59 


3,871.54 


1,498.17 


3,378.74 


3,012.25 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


71,774.76 

67,578.83 

391,601.21 


2,739.65 


4,005.21 


3,266.68 


3,497.26 






Additional operating surplus 


10,020.80 


7,891.60 


5,862.44 


2,606.15 


Total surplus 


530,954.80 


12,760.45 


11,896.81 


9,129.12 


6,103.41 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618.40 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


22.6 


64.9 


51.1 


73.3 


48.2 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



' •A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Peterboro' 
21,726 


Picton 

3,128 


Wark- 
worth 
P.V. 


Wellington 

860 


Whitby 
3,015 


TRENT 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

75,069.71 

81,916.12 

164,880.03 


$ c. 

1,405.07 

1,544.69 

29,303.04 


$ c. 


$ c 

200.00 

615.00 

11,996.02 


$ c. 

3,187.94 

2,46-1.74 

37,779.79 


$ c. 

214,550.85 
88,338.30 

455,419.93 
80,944.60 

158,596.45 

208,529.07 
71,742.78 
26,698.41 

129,385.42 
76,096.68 
78,491.00 


5> c. 

6,111,162.54* 

9,505,501.77 

18,654,240.54 

3,689,569.95 




5,018.74 


82.029,23 
78,872.12 
42,162.91 


7,846.93 

11,455.32 

4,124.52 


292.61 

1,018.52 

299.74 


2,551.84 

3,764.02 

843.66 


6,763.98 

10,657.22 

3,521.19 


5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 


57,443.02 


3,226.61 


624.19 


717.28 


5,097.83 


3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 


17,410.71 


2,680.28 


3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,340.13 


4,655,422.59 


599,783.85 
18,262.05 


61,586.46 

2,752.81 

31,000.00 

2,862.14 

5,168.48 


10,871.82 
690.37 


23,165.74 

1,540.88 

5,000.00 

180.93 


70,809.82 

7,760.30 

11,000.00 

2,644.49 

238.78 


1,588,793.49 

116,676.84 
58,500.00 
55,470.93 
20,280.04 

155,511.40 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 


21,014.62 
3,720.92 


3,485.21 


3,234,816.81 
1,397,667.83 


87,932.57 






5,599,675.01 












8,046,868.53 












217.71 
12,673.31 


33,151.81 




5,806.08 


522.73 


1,164.45 




274,001.06 








730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,739,409.22 
127,885.78 
















730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,867,295.00 


489,620.00 

31,072.55 


1,931.34 
60.53 


10,713.37 


14,806.70 
5.13 


34,578.02 
4,084.08 


915,067.95 
35,952.61 


39,602,533.48 
3,118,684. 78 






163,725.53 












206.50 


1,087,795.08- 














520,692.55 


1,991.87 


10,713.37 


14,811.83 


38,662.10 


951,227.06 


43,972,738.87 














8 046.868.53 


54,938.30 
9,014.20 


5,213.60 


392.00 


3,292.81 


4,634.36 


135,976.12 
15,811.00 


9,360.322.27 
947,970.23- 














63,952.50 


5,213.60 


392 . 00 


3,292.81 


4,634.36 


151,787.12 


18,355.161.05 




3,798.98 


286.63 


2,193.30 


22,034.48 


121,160.97 
155,511.40 

628,437.17 


5.493.879.83 
5,599,675.01 


87,932.57 


58,136.39 


98,171.52 


4,178.13 


10,754.06 


27,122.45 


9,445,840.26 


146,068.96 


101,970.50 


4,464.76 


12,947.36 


49,156.93 


905,109.54 


20,539,395.10 


730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,867,295.00 


67.3 


1.8 


68.8 


47.7 


41.8 


42.0 


55.5 



282 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 









Cost of 


Debenture 










Popu- 


Cost of 


operation 


charges 


Total 




Gross 


Municipality 


lation 


power 


and main- 


and 


cost of 


Revenue 


surplus 






purchased 


tenance 


interest 


operation 










$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


Acton 


1.810 


15,927.20 


3,268.55 


682.07 


19,877.82 


25,292.64 


5,414.82 


Agincourt 


P.V. 


3,321.08 


439.07 


823.02 


4,583.17 


5,832.55 


1,249.38 


Ailsa Craig. . . . 


478 


3,344.97 


238.62 


156.93 


3,740.52 


5,186.87 


1,446.35 


Alvinston 


653 


8,762.97 


768.28 


2,172.19 


11,703.44 


10,021.61 




Amherstburg. . 


2,809 


16,294.36 


5,897.05 


2,761.42 


24,952.83 


30,343.40 


5,390.57 


Ancaster Twp. . 


5,678 


7,383.03 


3,713.78 


1,626.06 


12,722.87 


15,018.62 


2,295.75 


Avlmer 


2,145 


13,115.85 


4,510.80 


2,517.12 


20,143.77 


23,734.95 


3,591.18 


Ayr 


822 


3,321.73 


1,023.64 


1,076.82 


5,422.19 


6,128.64 


706.45 


Baden 


P.V. 


9,717.69 


665 . 63 


325.26 


10,708.58 


12,237.19 


1,528.61 


Barton Twp . . . 


7,627 


14,518.37 


6,433.12 


8,770.22 


29,721.71 


32,559.88 


2,838.17 


Beachville 


P.V. 


15,249.76 


884.93 


357.79 


16,492.48 


18,084.00 


1,591.52 


Belle River 


616 


3,270.52 


959.70 


719.45 


4,949.67 


6,598.05 


1,648.38 


Blenheim 


1,559 


11,503.49 


3,179.69 


949.31 


15,632.49 


18,546.04 


2,913.55 


Blvth 


623 


3,382.41 


671.99 


1,755 18 


5,809.58 


7,287.44 


1,477.86 


Bolton 


622 


5,392.19 


761.14 


868.22 


7,021.55 


8,130.38 


1,108.83 


Both well 


665 


7,378.02 


859.36 


1,263.75 


9,501.13 


12,804.76 


3,303.63 


Brampton 


4,859 


39,031.21 


7,039.55 


4,947.09 


51,017.85 


57,013.46 


5,995.61 


Branttord 


28,010 


234,980.51 


37,334.16 


42,328.60 


314,643.27 


320,595.79 


5,952.52 


Brantford Twp. 


7,170 


9,647.13 


5,750.52 


4,826.95 


20,224.60 


24,936.95 


4,712.35 


Brigden 


P.V. 


3,099.84 


662.58 


334.71 


4,097.13 


5,990.45 


1,893.32 


Brussels. . . 


. 859 


5,066.75 


1,071.40 


1,757.28 


7,895.43 


9,971.07 


2,075.64 


Burford. . . 


P.V. 


4,286.70 


757.28 


934.27 


5,978.25 


7,503.96 


1,525.71 


Burgessville 


P.V. 


1,755.20 


120.82 


290.06 


2,166.08 


2,424.40 


258.32 


Caledonia 


1,390 


5,861.16 


782.91 


511.22 


7,155.29 


10,283.83 


3,128.54 


Campbellville. . 


P.V. 


1,079.11 


133.06 


485.98 


1,698.15 


1,846.76 


148.61 


Cayuga 


710 


3,744.34 


655.93 


1,671.38 


6,071.65 


7,208.42 


1,136.77 


Chatham 


14,118 


107,893.38 


40,554.19 


23,144.40 


171,591.97 


207,228.15 


35,636.18 


Chippawa 


1,179 


6,165.70 


1,746.87 


1,210.77 


9,123.34 


12,468.35 


3,345.01 


Clifford . . , 


497 


2,077.40 


383.54 


550.45 


3,011.39 


4,498.43 


1,487.04 


Clinton 


1,946 


13,344.78 


2,706.63 


3,568.16 


19,619.57 


22,551.02 


2,931.45 


Comber. . , 


P.V. 


6,187.23 


805.40 


577.11 


7,569.74 


8,952.05 


1,382.31 


Courtright. . 


P.V. 


2,276.53 


271.61 


843.05 


3,391.19 


3,807.68 


416.49 


Dash wood. . 


P.V. 


2,818.61 


291.62 


233 . 24 


3,343.47 


4,044.82 


701.35 


Delaware. . 


P.V. 


643 . 88 


131.62 


260.21 


1,035.71 


1,564.01 


528.30 


Dorchester. . . . 


P.V. 


2,318.36 


515.82 


274.60 


3,108.78 


4,123.01 


1,014.23 


Drayton 


572 


4,293.27 


353.05 


690.16 


5,336.48 


7,388.17 


2,051.69 


Dresden 


1,421 


9,875.69 


2,937.92 


1,340.63 


14,154.24 


14,700.77 


546.53 


Drumbo 


P.V. 


2,268.17 


742.67 


294.77 


3,305.61 


3,636.61 


331.00 


Dublin 


P.V. 


1,925.18 


405.13 


559.82 


2,890.13 


3,276.42 


386.29 


Dundas 


5,009 


32,657.17 


10,949.97 


3,358.75 


46,965.89 


51,752.54 


4,786.65 


Dunnville 


3,464 


18,982.83 


5,143.87 


5,619.37 


29,746.07 


34,708.22 


4,962.15 


Dutton 


811 


5,874.77 


1,311.09 


646.58 


7,832.44 


9,268.75 


1,436.31 


Elmira. . . . 


2,462 


25,346.95 


3,950.84 


1,392.61 


30,690.40 


32,519.39 


1,828.99 


Elora 


1,079 
470 


6,780.37 
3,438.71 


3,665.78 
335.59 


886.98 
660.02 


11,333.13 
4,434.32 


12,119.09 
5,735.69 


785.96 


Embro 


" 1,301.37 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



"B" 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



SYSTEM 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 

surplus 


Net 
deficit 


Number of 


consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'l 
light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




934. OC 
235.00 
370.00 
489.00 
1,022.00 

905.00 
852.00 
459.00 
260.00 
2,082.00 

450.00 
354.00 
900.00 
284.00 
226.00 

488.00 

1,358.00 

16,189.00 

1,680.00 

254.00 

413.00 

354.00 

138.00 

450.00 

77.00 

423.00 

9,702.00 

542.00 

170.00 

1,397.00 

302.00 
148.00 
123.00 
109.00 
297.00 

349.00 
694.00 
188 00 
175.00 
2,749.00 

2,119.00 
434.00 

1,381.00 
752.00 
135.00 


4,480.82 
1,014.38 
1,076.35 




436 
118 
121 
150 

585 

558 
532 
172 
112 
1,071 

100 
141 
433 
107 

132 

163 

1,246 

5,762 

610 

102 

157 
174 

50 
180 

35 

64 

3,649 

248 

69 

467 

86 
60 
60 

42 
126 

140 

321 

81 

32 

1,026 

456 
190 
475 
260 
90 


67 
15 

33 

52 

124 

38 
131 

46 

25 
72 

29 

26 
98 
42 
37 

48 
220 
654 

40 

38 

50 
36 
14 
71 

7 

43 

657 

31 

35 

126 

49 
18 
25 
13 
18 

49 
116 

22 

20 

145 

181 
72 

114 
72 
3$ 


17 
2 
2 
5 

26 

4 

11 

4 

5 
5 

5 

4 

15 

2 

7 

13 
49 
99 

5 
3 

1 
4 
1 
9 

3 
117 

5 

1 

13 

3 

"3 

""3 

4 
13 

2 
4 

47 

23 
7 

21 
3 
4 


520 
135 
156 
207 

735 

600 
674 
222 
142 
1,148 

134 
171 
546 
151 
176 

224 

1,515 

6,515 

655 

143 

208 
214 

65 
260 

42 

110 

4,423 
284 
105 
606 

138 
78 
88 
55 

147 

193 

450 

105 

56 

1,218 

660 
269 
610 

335 
132 


28.7 

"32.6" 
31.7 
26.2 

"Ha" 

27. 

"H'.i" 

35. 

24.2 

28.3 

33.7 
31.2 
23.2 

24.2 

"l9!" 

15.5 
31.3 
24.1 
21.1 
31.1 

33.7 
31.7 

"24.'3" 

19.1 

33.2 

24.8 

31. 

28.1 


534 . 5 






103.2 






99.8 


[1,681.83 


2,170.83 


76.4 




4,368.57 

1,390.75 

2,739.18 
247.45 

1,268.61 
756.17 

1,141.52 
1,294.38 
2,013.55 
1,193.86 
882.83 

2,815.63 
4,637.61 


459.7 






289.5 






455.7 
166.6 






339.1 
559.9 






481.9 






112.6 

298.6 

61.3 






118.0 






188.2 






1,470.7 




10,236.48 


8,829.1 




3,032.35 
1,639.32 

1,662.64 

1,171.71 

120.32 

2,678.54 

71.61 

713.77 

25,934.18 

2,803.01 

1,317.04 

1,534.45 

1,080.31 
268.49 
578.35 
419.30 
717.23 

1,702.69 


358.9 






32.1 






105.9 






117.9 






24.0 






231.7 






16.3 






106.3 

4,239.4 

308.3 






43.5 






328.4 






107.2 






33.5 






.73.0 






18.7 






79.0 






80.4 




147.47 


342.5 


. 


143.00 
211.29 

2,037.65 

2,843.15 

1,002.31 

447 . 99 

33.96 

1,166.37 


64.3 






40.9 






1,530.1 






599.2 






189.0 






857.9 






252.0 






61. 1 









284 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 

power 

purchase' 1 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 

cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 
surplus 



! 



Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp 
Exeter 



Fergus. . . . 
Fonthillf., 
Ford City. 
Forest. . . , 
Gait 



Georgetown. . . 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 



Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 



Hespeler. . . . 
Highgate. . . . 
Humberstone 
Ingersoll .... 
Jarvis 



Kingsville . . 
Kitchener. . 
Lambeth . . . 
La Salle. . . . 
Leamington 



Listowel 

London 

London Twp. 
Louth Twp. . 
Lucan 



Lynden . . 
Markham 
Merlin . . . 
Merritton 
Milton. . . 



Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 



196 

27 

1,636 

13,504 

1,583 

1,747 

723 

9,204 

1,427 

12,686 

2,071 

821 

4,227 

P.V 

19,219 

1,193 

122,238 

1,225 

P.V. 

804 

. 2,838 

396 

1,917 

4,983 

459 

2,304 

24,805 
P.V. 

587 
4,351 

2,477 

63,339 

7,392 

2,515 

570 

P.V. 
968 

P.V. 
2,570 
1,950 

1,017 
5,231 
1,731 

P.V. 

P.V. 



S c. 

1,686.62 

997.11 

7,494.98 

44,206.61 

11,904.37 

12,654.39 
1,167.80 

79,649.12 
9,455.30 

144,584.55 

22,805.80 
6,145.72 

34,020.03 

2,550.69 

157,088.23 

20,313.19 

735,895.16 

9,626.64 

5,251.10 

4,024.60 

21,989.21 
3,838.16 
6,692.85 

46,265.69 
4,938.82 

12,473.64 

321,564.30 

2,577.12 

4,193.03 

18,212.55 

19,492.88 

542,822.33 

4,762.33 

641.28 

5,486.39 

5,120.57 

5,411.87 

5,153.20 

14,559.24 

30,819.30 

14,781.93 

35,291.82 

10,725.76 

2,692.56 

1,846.37 



S c. 

250.10 

230.06 

3,553.03 

20,497.22 

3,075.06 

4,558.08 

310.48 

15,396.21 

4,317.21 
26,187.66 

5,951.09 
1,675.30 

9,743.28 

220.44 

32,588.33 

3,509.27 

182,765.58 

1,650.62 

1,066.95 

716.62 

6,074.01 

446.20 

1,472.89 

9,741.87 

560.39 

5,891.11 

70,103.57 

195.65 

1,260.85 

9,225.46 

3,820.85 

128,757.65 

900 . 79 

477.79 

1,553.23 

311.43 
2,336.27 

526.31 
5,605.48 
5,031.25 

1,273.17 

• 11,220.85 

4,456.18 

148.13 

347.10 



S c. 

606.74 

297.25 

1,548.67 

16,326.25 

1,422.35 

2,953.21 

409.86 

10,286.81 

2,449.66 
44,236.93 

1,452.98 
1,506.23 
4,911.43 
255.80 
8,348.90 

563.01 

195,536.57 

1,589.49 

1,029.36 

862.43 

3,693.31 

325.26 

3,343.75 

4,994.35 

882.30 



2,433 

35,867 

293 

1,377 
.4,184 



$ c. 

2,543.46 

1,524.42 

12,596.68 

81,030.08 

16,401.78 

20,165.68 
1,888.14 

105,332.14 
1,622.17 

215,009.14 

30,209.87 
9,327.25 

48,674.74 

3,026.93 

198,025.46 

24,385.47 

1114197.31 

12,866.75 

7,347.41 

5,603.65 

31,756.53 

4,609.62 

11,509.49 

61,001.91 

6,381.51 



3,897.61 
126,182.24 

1,490.97 
524.67 
849 . 82 

288.14 
1,173.97 
1,176.99 

909.19 
3,078.10 

834.74 
7,980.82 
940.72 
343 . 10 
291.55 



20,798. 

427,535. 

3,066, 

6,831. 

31.622, 



27,211.34 

797,762.22 

7,154.09 

1,643.74 

7,889.44 

5,720 14 

8,922.11 

6,856.50 

21,073.91 

38,928.65 

16,889.84 

54,493.49 

16,122.66 

3,183.79 

2.485.02 



$ c. 

3,438.52 

. 1,603.40 

18,523.77 

100,197.56 

20,630.31 

20,333.11 

2,497.23 

130,784.97 

20,167.70 
239,480.46 

32,968.32 

11,689.75 

53,329.84 

3,959.00 

243,054.22 

28,249.65 

1160123.90 

14,338.36 

10,203.63 

8,332.64 

38,201.89 

5.332.48 

13,195.51 

70,416.95 

8.408.01 

30,294.57 

469,885.45 

4,325.97 

11,032.36 

42,834.30 

30,851.85 

921,006.49 

9,077.97 

2,590.71 

8,662.67 



$ c. 

895.06 

78.98 

5,927.09 

19,167.48 

4,228.53 

167.43 
609.09 

25,452.83 

3,945.53 

24,471.32 

2,758.45 

2,362.50 

4,655.10 

932.07 

45,028.76 

3,864.18 
45,926.59 
1,471.61 
2,856.22 
2,728.99 

6,445.36 
722.86 
1,686.02 
9,415.04 
2.026.50 

9,496.08 

42,349.80 

1,259.83 

4,201.23 

11.211.43 

3,640.51 
123,244.27 

1,923.88 
946.97 
773.23 



6,024.64 


304.50 


10,549.16 


1,627.05 


8,468.95 


1,612.45 


23,859.46 


2,785.55 


45,360.49 


6,431.84 


IS. 720. 59 


1,830.75 


61,852.50 


7,359.01 


21.170.48 


5,047.82 


3,577.97 


394. IS 


4,147.96 


1,662.94 



*Erieau and Erie Beach include summer consumers. 

fSix months operation only. JTotal includes 37 rural consumers. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



"B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



SYSTEM— Continued 



Gross 

deficit 



Deprecia- 
tion 



Net 
surplus 



Net 

deficit 



Number of consumers 



Dom. 
service 



Com'l 
light 



Po- 
wer 



Total 



Percent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 



Horse- 
power 
taken in 
Dec, 
1926 



156.00 

53.00 

928.00 

7,044.00 

895.00 

1,023.00 



3,971.00 

990.00 

15,447.11 

563.00 

613.00 

1,355.00 

166.00 

10,911.00 

703.00 
44,894.32 
669.00 
458.00 
418.00 

1,669.00 
227.00 
634.00 

3,273.00 
260.00 

951.00 

20,399.00 

224.00 

370.00 

1,690.00 

1,635. 0C 

70,224.27 

395.00 

236.87 

450.00 

189.00 
457.00 
253.00 
916.00 
1,198.00 

535.00 

3,383.00 

1,345.00 

137.00 

206.00 



739.06 

25.98 

4,999.09 

12,123.48 
3,333.53 



609.09 

21,481.83 

2,955.53 

9,024.21 

2,195.45 

1,749.50 

3,300.10 

766.07 

34,117.76 

3,161.18 
1,032.27 
802.61 
2,398.22 
2,310.99 

4,776.36 
495.86 
1,052.02 
6,142.04 
1,766.50 

8,545.08 
21,950.80 
1,035.83 
3,831.23 
9,521.43 

2,005.51 

53,020.00 

1,528.88 

710.10 

323.23 

115.50 
1,170.05 
1,359.45 
1,869.55 
5,233.84 

1,295.75 
3,976.01 
3,702.82 
257.18 
1,456.94 



855.57 



93 
46 

369 
3,107 

400 

471 
186 

2,415 
429 

3,244 

608 
211 

1,057 
79 

4,513 

252 
26,537 
274 
168 
148 

609 
87 

367 

1,265 

64 

629 

5,518 

97 

131 
1,114 

642 

15,835 

239 

63 

164 

77 
230 

99 
595 
425 

185 

1,423 

417 

45 

111 



4 

2 

116 

225 

115 

98 

26 

225 

121 

506 

119 
69 

196 
22 

641 



2,799 
94 
60 

44 

110 
35 
60 

248 
33 

134 
793 

20 
19 

205 

145 

2,074 

4 



41 

19 
52 
34 
55 
94 

66 

118 

108 

26 

27 



13 

20 

9 

16 

3 

32 

22 

126 

25 
3 

18 

1 

118 

12 

755 

11 

6 

10 

19 
5 
4 

51 
3 

18 

227 

1 



21 

19 

483 
2 



8 

3 

4 

24 

8 

16 

21 

2 

4 



97 

48 

498 

3,352 

524 

585 
215 

2,672 
572 

3,876 

752 
283 

1,271 
102 

5,272 

352 
30,091 
379 
234 
202 

$775 
127 
431 

1,564 
100 

781 

6,538 

118 

150 

1,340 

806 

18,392 

245 

63 

214 

97 
290 
136 
654 
543 

259 

1,557 

546 

73 

142 



30.4 



33.1 

33.5 

29.7 

29 

40.1 

30.6 

36.3 
34.5 
30.1 



27.4 

29.5 
24.6 
30.9 



25.1 

27.3 
32.1 
22.5 
31.4 
21.8 

33.9 

26.4 



25.6 
30.8 

32.5 
29 



36.3 



30 



25.4 
27.8 

25.5 
29.8 
31.5 



26.8 

6.7 

252.0 

1,875.3 

313.6 

496.0 
100.5 

2,954.4 
217.1 

5,587.3 

652.7 

134.0 

957.4 

42.3 

6,709.1 

456.9 
34,339.0 
234.6 
120.6 
105.2 

853.9 
107.2 
297.6 

2,153.4 
155.5 

388.7 

12,371.6 

95.9 

122.0 

568.3 

630.1 

24,810.0 

159.1 

25.0 

160.0 

151.8 
118.7 
99.2 
758.1 
998.6 

536.2 
1,567.0 

356.5 
22.2 
46.8 



286 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 

cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 

surplus 



Newbury 

New Hamburg. 
New Toronto . . 
Niagara Falls. . 
Niagara-on-the- 
Lake 



Norwich 

Oil Springs. 
Otterville... 
Palmerston . 
Paris 



Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. 
Port Colborne. 

Port Credit . . . 
Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover. . . 
Port Stanley . . 
Preston 



Princeton 

Queen ston .... 
Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 



Rock wood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach. 
St. George 



St. Jacobs . . 
St. Marys . . 
St. Thomas.. 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 



Scarboro Twp . 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp . 



Stouffville. 
Stratford . . 
Strathroy . 
Sutton 
Tavistock . 



285 

1,429 

4,283 

16,819 

1,577 

1,317 

471 

P.V. 

1,542 
4,167 

1,019 
2,648 
P.V 
1,143 
4,664 

1,247 
1,468 
1,675 
709 
5,666 

P.V 
P.V 

1,207 
1,914 
3,334 

P.V. 

706 
21,810 

141 
P.V. 

P.V. 
4,007 

17,152 

7,035 

15,588 

15,340 

1,860 

4,344 

417 

5,680 

1,086 

18,888 

2,587 

880 

1,013 



$ c 

1,365.50 

13,611.49 

107,450.22 

141,257.08 

8,356.01 

8,069.91 

9,418.33 

2,961.39 

13,467.97 

32,539.02 

6,383.53 
32,592.32 

2,841.37 
24,591.05 
29,505.17 

9,235.84 
8,443.73 
7,796.27 
9,726.61 
70,237.99 

1,991.33 

2,351.53 

6,723.04 

11,785.86 

22,825.47 

3,065.44 
4,001.15 
136,159.20 
2,291.53 
1,978.03 

4,720.26 
37,339 70 

117,913.21 
76,567.85 

165,172.72 

49,579.00 
14,659.24 
22,635.83 
3,917.39 
18,552.06 

5,113.22 

163,019.40 

21,776.63 

4,983.51 
13,068.63 



$ 

248 

3,057 

13,399 

38,783 



4,335.23 

3,523.90 
3,152.35 
420.11 
2,405.64 
7,471.15 

696.07 

7,952.43 

290.72 

989.47 

8,006.63 

1,594.43 
2,852.49 
1,318.64 
3,279.23 
13,993.36 

273.38 

466.37 

2,198.16 

4,483.21 

8,852.26 

638.47 
853.23 
44,412.62 
583.73 
697.60 

375.73 

7,424.65 

43,363.93 

12,600.82 

35,336.21 

20,770.02 

4,151.55 

6,578.66 

554.84 

11,155.97 

1,113.26 
30,601.06 
5,691.56 
1,058.58 
1,494.65 



$ c. 

768.87 

1,170.92 

546.27 

43,868.09 

2,038.86 

618.82 
1,492.59 

394.68 
1,194.86 
3,451.95 

1,232.97 
3,715.96 
377.59 
1,482 12 
9,573.90 

665.73 
1,835.95 
2,829.74 
1,232.82 
8,499.42 



232. 

804. 

934. 

1.775. 



5,929.06 



584.84 

16,323.89 

466.13 

419.58 

479.14 

4,837.13 

9,192.42 

10,086.28 

29,152.90 

17,115.10 

1,695.75 

3,397.66 

801.96 

9,265.66 

1,907.50 

31,797.36 

3,540.07 

2,237.24 

390.30 



$ c. 

2,383.09 

17,840.06 

121,395.52 

223,908.49 

14,730.10 

12,212.63 
14,063.27 
3,776.18 
17,068.47 
43,462.12 

8,312.57 
44,260.71 

3,509.68 
27,062.64 
47,085.70 

11,496.00 
13,132.17 
11,944.65 
14,238.66 
92,730.77 

2,497.52 

3,622.01 

9,855.96 

18,044.42 

37,606.79 

3,703.91 
5,439.22 
196,895.71 
3,341.39 
3,095.21 

5,575.13 
49,601.48 

170,469.56 
99,254.95 

229,661.83 

87,464.12 
20,506.54 
32,612.15 
5,274.19 
38,973.69 

8,133 98 

225,417.82 

31,008.26 

8,279.33 
14,953.58 



$ c. 

2,797.34 

19,916.68 

141,395.47 

263,751.56 

15,886.94 

15,997.69 
14,088.55 
4,541.82 
20,153.95 
47,912.50 

8,898.66 
50,611.20 

3,750.96 
28,088.52 
51,611.10 

14,367.17 
15,934.96 
14,607.29 
17,116.22 
105,234.71 

3,071.36 

3,544.33 

12,728.80 

21,021.21 

48,534.62 



4,312 
7,200 
219,102 
4,021 
5,011 



7,034.25 

56,373.53 

195,381.88 

114,554.80 

250,824.26 

101,521.10 

22,867.61 

38,307.86 

6,596.40 

46,182.97 



10,16r. 
263,030. 
36,491. 
10,197. 
16.906. 



$ 

414. 

2,076. 

19,999.95 

39.843.07 



c. 

25 
62 



1,156.84 

3,785.06 

25.28 

765.64 

3,085.48 

4,450.38 

586.09 
6,350.49 

241.28 
1,025.88 
4,525.40 

2,871.17 
2,802.79 
2,662.64 
2,877.56 
12,503.94 

573.84 



2,872.84 

2,976.79 

10,927.83 

608.44 

1,760.96 

22,206.62 

680.30 
1,915.84 

1,459.12 

6,772.05 
24,912.32 
15,299.85 
21,162.43 

14,056.98 
2,361.07 
5,695.71 
1,322.21 
7,209.28 

2,027.68 

37,612.34 

5,482.98 

1,917.85 

• 1.952.77 



*Port Stanley includes summer consumers. 
JTotal includes 5 rural consumers. 



■jTotal includes 4 rural consumers. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



4 'B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 

surplus 


Net 
deficit 


Nur 


iber of 


consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'l 

light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




199.00 

961.00 

2,857.00 

15,149.00 

705.00 

548.00 
522.00 
260.00 
822.00 
3,703,00 

522.00 

2,061.00 

71.00 

635.00 
2,509.00 

835.00 
600.00 
816.00 
815.00 
5,820.00 

142.00 
217.00 
265.00 
972.00 
2,010.00 

150.00 
330.00 
11,447.00 
178.00 
234.00 

230.00 
1,366.00 

10,928.00 
3,345.00 

13,255.00 

6,139.04 
1,605.00 
1,658.00 
243 . 00 
3,057.00 

328.00 

14,457.00 

2,320.00 

537.00 

486.00 


215.25 

1,115.62 

17,142.95 

24,694.07 

451.84 

3,237.06 




55 

310 

1,002 

3,955 

380 

356 

64 

111 

357 

1,039 

206 

618 

87 

275 

1,098 

327 
537 
284 
568 
1,443 

78 

64 

301 

477 
842 

129 

177 

5,198 

40 

117 

84 
976 

3,916 
2,301 
4,187 

3,050 

552 

638 

84 

1,089 

226 
4,127 
718 
293 
219 


25 

84 

104 

612 

68 

90 
29 

28 

93 

182 

65 

183 

27 

42 

204 

78 

30 

103 

72 
212 

17 

5 

46 

127 

45 

33 

70 

513 

2 

32 

25 
191 
645 
148 
571 

186 

121 

227 

24 

63 

77 

564 

166 

42 

67 


1 
13 

22 
87 

7 

9 

36 

4 

8 

22 

3 
67 

2 
11 
16 

4 
13 
10 
11 
50 

1 

1 

11 

21 

7 

4 

4 

118 

2 
4 

6 

39 

116 

23 

74 

27 
12 
31 
4 
15 

5 

141 

26 

1 
5 


81 

407 

1,128 

4,654 

455 

455 
129 
143 
458 
1,243 

274 
868 
116 
328 
1,318 

f413 

580 

397 

651 

1,705 

96 

70 

J363 

625 

894 

166 

251 

5,829 

44 

153 

115 
1,206 
4,677 
2,472 
4,832 

3,263 
685 
896 
112 

1,167 

308 
4,832 
910 
336 
291 


28.4 
28.5 
26.3 

27.7 

28.8 

34.5 
27.4 

"29.V 
29.8 

26.9 

32.8 

"28!7" 
28.3 

33.1 
39.5 

23.7 

* 

30.1 

"30.'l" 
32.7 
26.8 

"35.5" 
26.7 
31.2 

"36.' i" 

27.3 
35.1 
31. 

"36.'8" 
20.6 
26.9 

28.4 
25.6 
35.2 
38.2 
28.7 


29 5 






398 1 






4,202.4 
8,539.0 

' 7 77 5 














?39 3 




496.72 


?74 8 




505 . 64 
2,263.48 

747.38 

64.09 

4,289.49 

170.28 

390.88 

2,016.40 

2.036.17 
2,202.79 
1,846.64 
2,062.56 
6,683.94 

431.84 


93 1 






404 8 






1 153 2 






125 4 






895 2 






51 






580 5 






1,277.5 
391 4 










327 1 






207 7 






121 3 






2,677.2 
32 8 






77.68 


294.68 


74.4 




2,607.84 
2,004.79 
8,917.83 

458.44 

1,430.96 

10,759.62 

502.30 

1,681.84 

1,229.12 

5,406.05 

13,984.32 

11,954.85 

7,907.43 

7,917.94 
756.07 
4,037.71 
1,079.21 
4,152.28 

1,699.68 
23,155.34 
3,162.98 
1,380.85 
1,466.77 


208 5 






406 1 






912 8 






67 9 






101.9 

7,018.0 

63 










92.5 
136 8 






1,105.9 
4,884.0 
3,089.8 
5,736.0 

1,733.0 

523 5 






















908 5 






65 






1,245 9 






116 9 






5 490 4 






761.4 

77 7 






434.3 



288 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 

NIAGARA 



Municipality 


Popu- 
lation 


Cost of 

power 

purchased 


Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 


Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 


Total 

cost of 

operation 


Revenue 


Gross 
surplus 


Tecumseh 

Thamesford.. . . 
Thamesville. .. . 
Thedford 


1,710 

P.V. 

815 

516 

P.V. 


$ c. 
6,434.88 
4,503.02 
5,117.68 
3,995.49 
2,763.27 


$ c 
4,165.53 
482.94 
870.27 
416.86 
220.09 


$ c. 

2,508.01 
478.52 
830.11 

1,438.55 
163.99 


$ c. 
13,108.42 
5,464.48 
6,818.06 
5,850 90 
3,147.35 


$ c. 
17,280.90 
7,352.38 
9,990.00 
5,768.09 
3,910.55 


$ c. 
4,172.48 
1,887.90 
3,171.94 


Thorndale 


763.20 


Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg. . . . 

Toronto 

Toronto Twp . . 


5,812 
1,939 
3,147 
542,187 
7,438 


18,520.22 
13,266.22 
20,588.11 
4503529.67 
24,108.26 


9,498.06 

2,341.90 

7,604.24 

2314989.41 

12,533.76 


718.96 

1,144.35 

2,027.42 

1885732.58 

6,960.73 


28,737.24 
16,752.47 
30,219.77 
8704251.66 
43,602.75 


36,636.35 
23,246.89 
38,157.65 
9231617.25 
55,914.77 


7,899.11 

6,494.42 

7,937.88 

527,365.59 

12,312.02 


Trafalgar Twp . 
Walkerville .... 
Wallaceburg . . . 

Wardsville 

Waterdown .... 


3,832 

8,558 

4,119 

187 

866 


5,107.00 

125,873.05 

54,184.74 

1,244.22 

6,958.50 


3,248.63 

42,299.53 

11,140.96 

234.94 

1,798.59 


1,673.59 

17,482.27 

4,655.91 

674.80 

1,419.42 


10,029.22 

185,654.85 

69,981.61 

2,153.96 

10,176.51 


11,347.18 

239,471.10 

82,383.99 

2,245.21 

13,850.42 


1,317.96 

53,816.25 

12,402.38 

91.25 

3,673.91 


Waterford 


1,109 

6,596 

1,010 

8,942 

P.V. 


8,584.73 
70,322.85 

7,507.69 
68,286.74 

5,235.13 


1,349.27 
15,237.91 

2,420.62 

25,435.97 

453.05 




9,934.00 

93,851.76 

10,765.10 

118,810.98 

6,342.06 


12,576.24 
105,881.91 

12,283.64 

138,936.38 

6,480.87 


2,642 . 24 


Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 


8,291.00 

836.79 

25,088.27 

653.88 


12,030.15 

1,518.54 

20,125.40 

138.81 


West Lome .... 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge... . 


821 

3,882 

665 

52,638 

758 


11,812.24 
59,034.12 

3,365.70 
583,961.05 

6,224.69 


986.53 

12,034.31 

597.02 

179,888.27 

1,334.29 


604.39 

5,257.31 

991.05 

109,302.52 

643 . 99 


13,403.16 

76,325.74 

4,953.77 

873,151.84 

8,202.97 


13,669.02 

89,487.08 

7,946.62 

996,566.12 

8,679.36 


265.86 

13,161.34 

2,992.85 

123,414.28 

476.39 


Woodstock .... 

Wyoming 

York Twp.* 

East York Twp. 
N. York Twp.. 


10,114 

460 

47,233 

20,859 

8,327 


92,950.30 

2,367.28 

140,586.08 

84,413.49 

15,438.42 


21,866.18 

438.18 

145,035.27 

34,559.73 

8,222.74 


6,451.15 

895.49 

132,374.79 

27,955.27 

9,516.26 


121,267.63 

3,700.95 

417,996.14 

146,928.49 

33,177.42 


140,813.75 

4,341.04 

439,136.50 

168,702.06 

44,196.25 


19,546.12 
640.09 
21,140.36 
21,773.57 
11,018.83 


Zurich 


P.V. 


5,171.56 


498.50 


390.00 


6,060.06 


7,073.81 


1,013.75 


Total 


1366722 


10572978.21 


3981492.48 


3132497.04 


17686967.73 


19461266.84 


1776141.43 



GEORGIAN 



Alliston . . 
Arthur. . . 

Barrie 

Beaverton 
Beeton . . . 



Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington . . 
Chatsworth . . . 
Chesley 



1,289 

1,153 

7,429 

988 

569 

974 

P.V. 

910 

285 

1,701 



$ c. 

9,804.90 

7,523.21 

42,496.13 

' 5,829.66 

7,054.31 

8,899.09 
2,255.58 
4,308.63 
1,609.95 
12,866.61 



$ 


c. 


2,011 


15 


1,253 


34 


9,839 


68 


1,299 


79 


568 


28 


765 


26 


269 


82 


1,629 


02 


254 


48 


1,892 


78 



$ c. 
3,253.15 
2,118.24 
4,116.90 
858.33 
1,291.77 

1,789.50 

483.98 
1,079.80 

497.64 
2,336.57 



$ c 

15,069.20 

10,894.79 

56,452.71 

7,987.78 

8,914.36 

11,453.85 
3,009.38 
7,017.45 
2,362.07 

17,095.96 



$ c. 
15,753.65 
14,023.74 
66,002.33 
11,641.08 
9,432.31 

13,685.39 
3,927.84 
8,944.10 
2,414.33 

20,968.20 



$ c. 

684.45 
3,128.95 
9,549.62 
3,653.30 

517.95 

2,231.54 

918.46 

1,926.65 

52.26 

3,872.24 



*For year ending December 31, 1925. 
fTotal includes 46 rural consumers. 



Consumers included with Toronto. 






927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Oil 

Springs 

471 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmers- 
ton 
1,542 


Paris 

4,167 


Parkhill 
1,019 


Petrolia 
2,648 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,143 


$ c. 
1,042.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,626.26 

18,544.29 

44,003 . 09 


$ c. 


$ c. 

900.00 

2,403.55 

30.755.19 


$ c 


$ c 




691.88 
20,512.87 








11,722.39 


5,159.04 


14,995.25 


3,238.21 


12,648.64 


5,630.98 

3,143.47 

305.72 


2,419.89 
1,729.32 

378.37 


5,404.09 
6,157.77 
1,170.31 


15,120.57 

17,054.46 

2,895.74 

9,636.85 

37.60 


2,938.69 

3,468.72 

846.78 


23,818.94 

12,608.94 

985.28 

3,864.07 

6,361.93 


1,138.42 

1,567.18 

147.15 


5,547.39 

4,363.84 

711.77 


4,539.15 


142.00 


1,667.43 


1,346.82 


535.92 


503.14 






4,018.71 


16,684.76 




3,389.94 
















26,383.71 
536.70 


9,828.62 
2,603.14 


39,623.06 

485.65 
3,000.00 
2,250.40 
1,502.98 


131,603.62 

6,476.00 
15,000.00 

1,488.60 

69.30 

15,863.02 

25,861.87 


23,596.26 
633.96 


85,087.84 

2,081.56 

18,400.00 

4,113.56 

3,451.82 


6,626.88 
164.41 


23,774.78 
4,911.74 


3,622.05 
1,167.78 


403.00 
9.65 


40.75 


142.33 


423.66 










5,858.41 


1,579.57 


7,857.11 


2,970.17 


22,221.97 


2,162.98 


9,341.30 




678.16 


1,282.96 


853.12 


1,016.54 


638.48 


538.00 


1,035.96 






37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


9,634.60 
571.91 


39,487.44 
















37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


10,206.51 


39,487.44 


11,621.16 
2,490.21 


2,668.50 
1.51 


9,311.55 


38,637.15 
2,834.52 


11,729.15 

23.54 


37,578.58 
3,454.85 


3,982.34 
953.00 


13,591.19 
1,285.28 


































14,111.37 


2,670.01 


9,311.55 


41,471.67 


11,752.69 


41,033.43 


4,935.34 


14,876.47 


5,858.41 
3,467.08 


1,579.57 
1,736.05 


7,857.11 

4,880.08 

811.00 


25,861.87 
40,468.23 


2,970.17 
2,483.35 


22,221.97 
16,391.45 


2,162.98 
1,853.53 


9,341.30 
4,989.00 
















9,325.49 


3,315.62 


13,548.19 


66,330.10 


5,453.52 


38,613.42 


4,016.51 


14,330.30 


5,100.15 


1,831.50 


17,688.45 


53,362.85 
15,863.02 
20,187.89 


2,900.87 


12,421.42 


1,254.66 


3,408.81 


9,031.64 


7,285.01 


15,453.97 


8,150.60 


43,926.96 




6,871.86 








14,131.79 


9,116.51 


33,142.42 


89,413.76 


11,051.47 


56,348.38 


1,254.66 


10,280.67 


37,568.65 


15,102.14 


56,002.16 


197,215.53 


28,257.68 


135,995.23 


10,206.51 


39,487.44 


44.5 


19.7 


19.7 


16.5 


46.5 


36.1 


66.1 


49.3 



10 H. 



25S 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Port 
Colborne 

4,664 


Port 
Credit 
1,247 


Port 
Dalhousie 

1,468 


Port 
Dover 

1,675 


Port 

Stanley 

709 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
22,120.24 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


$ c 
248.75 


$ c. 
. . 1,505.38 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


59,554.88 


16,922.65 


12,257.86 


22,843.36 


15,862.38 


18,170.51 

16,989.45 

1,526.57 


5,227.89 

6,369.08 

893.66 


6,177.68 

7,390.74 

627.45 


7,846.19 
4,541.32 
1,571.24 


5,952.24 


Meters 


3,680.92 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


985.65 


5,676.37 


641.31 


2,290.27 


2,370.66 


5,606.55 


Old plant 


9,929.60 




6,018.38 




577.51 










Total plant 


133,967.62 
516.99 


30,729.59 

1,747.21 


34,762.38 

2,150.41 
3,000.00 
1,231.39 


39,421.52 
2,270.97 


34,170.63 


Bank and cash balance 


3,029.38 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


2,613.62 
6,264.57 


1,358.55 


630.64 


910.25 


Inventories. . 


2.21 


Sinking fund on local debentures 




839.90 

4,737.27 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


13,458.73 


5,964.13 


4,737.27 


9,052.55 


Rate stabilization fund . 






49.43 
















Total assets 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 


Deficit 
















Total 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


106,342.80 
5,467.42 


5,064.65 
3,842.80 


16,534.78 
2.99 


1,830.87 


12,395.67 


Accounts payable . . 








Other liabilities . . 


464.00 






114.00 












Total liabilities 


112,274.22 


8,907.45 


16,537.77 


24,994.44 


12,395.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems, . 
For depreciation 


13,458.73 
8,599.63 


5,964.13 
7,310.72 


4,737.27 
3,028.97 


4,737.27 
3,358.00 


9,052 . 55 
6,745.69 


Other reserves . . 
















Total reserves 


22,058.36 


13,274.85 


7,766.24 


8,095.27 


15,798.24 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,657.20 


3,435.35 


5,965.22 

839.90 

15,661.65 


5,950.43 


6,554.33 






Additional operating surplus 


7,831.75 


14,181.83 


8,020.26 


15,416.78 


Total surplus 


22,488.95 


17,617.18 


22,466.77 


13,970.69 


21,971.11 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


156,821.53 


39,799.48 


46,770.78 


47,060.40 


50,165.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


78.3 


20.3 


38.1 


59.1 


30.1 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Preston 
5,666 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,207 


Ridge- 
town 
1,914 


Riverside 
3,334 


Rock wood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
706 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


S c. 


$ c 
1,024.24 


$ c 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


36,555.06 












82,783.50 


3,025.06 


6,581.02 


128.76 


16,678.19 


68,560.83 


6,235.09 


8,506.40 


38,558.35 

31,397.73 

4,165.49 


962.62 
950.73 
116.30 


1,107.85 

1,338.22 

409.49 


547 . 89 

406.61 

8.96 


7,859.64 
7,938.01 
1,503.43 
1,431.73 
1,247.08 


18,962.06 
16,748.24 


1,370.61 

1,980.07 

449.35 


1,950.74 

3,055.74 

556 77 




3,393.58 

4,571.45 




6,839.63 


64.35 


1,948.71 


12,200.00 


308.05 


792.65 


32,126.75 








5,088.46 






700 00 














232,426.51 


5,119.06 
678.11 


11,385.29 
371.26 


13,292.22 
1,445.80 


42,770.78 

1,483.47 

15,500.00 

3,700.49 

1,436.99 


112,236.16 


10,422.17 
973.82 


15,562.30 

4,105.46 
3,000.00 
1,219.85 






13,729.20 




72.04 


1,269.18 


7,892.87 


47.75 
116.60 




36.45 












60,809.71 


1,332.14 


1,211.95 


1,121.83 


8,413.87 


7,450.86 


2,573.85 


2,226.45 




494.89 






739.61 




337.20 


354 05 












306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 


















306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 


67,190.96 
8,316.62 
1,223.38 


2,699.51 
224.46 


2,013.61 


8,188.04 
399.34 


9,464.33 
76.40 


76,152.84 
3,194.80 




6,989.22 
11.00 
















1,431.73 


3,393.58 


















76,730.96 


2,923.97 


8,787.63 


8,587.38 


10,972.46 


82,741.22 




7,000.22 






60,809.71 
57,106.76 


1,332.14 
1,362.51 


1,211.95 
961.00 


1,121.83 
800.02 


8,413.87 
8,060.24 


7,450.86 
6,574.41 


2,573.85 
3,003.13 


2,226.43 
1.636.68 






















2,172.95 






14,025.27 


5,576.98 


3,863. It 


65,609.04 


850.49 


1,225.98 


4,011.96 


9,991.66 


6,347.16 


2,000.00 


1,510.78 


46,708.95 


1,191.54 


853.98 


2,607.84 


36,606.98 


24,466.24 


6,894.41 


14,093.98 


112,317.99 


2,042.03 


2,079.96 


6,619.80 


46,598.64 


30,813.40 


8,894.41 


15,604.76 


306,965.42 


7,660.65 


13,040.54 


17,129.03 


74,045.21 


127,579.89 


14,471.39 


26,468.09 




46.2 


74.3 


53.6 


16.7 


68.9 




26.4 









260 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipal it v . . . 


St. 

Catharines 

21,810 


St. Clair 
Beach 

141 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,007 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c' 

37,167.09 

66,242.22 

159,313.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,000.00 


Substation equipment 








24,010.37 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


5,650.92 


3,893.84 


5,411.40 


41,233.55 


Line transformers 


75,936.58 
64,698.72 
15,189.49 
27,448.87 
36,209.34 
8,241.00 


1,514.68 
895.67 


1,354.51 
2,039.62 

228.77 


2,203.59 

2,029.73 

311.60 


15,540.86 


Meters . . 


18,882.03 


Street lighting equipment, regular 


3,300.60 


Street lighting equip., ornamental 






Misc. construction expense 




374.18 


452.22 


3,842.28 


Steam or hydraulic plant 






Old plant 








20,696.85 














Total plant 


490,447.01 

2,701.03 
22,900.00 
16,098.89 
920.34 
40,518.50 
90,518.15 


8,061.27 


7,890.92 

337.47 
8,500.00 


10,408.54 

903.01 

2,000.00 

27.44 


130,506.54 


Bank and cash balance 


4,270.97 


Securities and investments .... 






Accounts receivable 


3,594.52 


2,919.34 


Inventories 


223.00 


4,349.83 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






7,596.51 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


918.31 


2,665.18 


2,284.01 


29,383.82 


Rate stabilization fund 




640.10 


1,779.93 


372.35 


1,779.93 








Total assets 


664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 


Deficit 
















Total 


664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


191,999.75 
25,802.70 


5,588.20 
262.50 


4,642.72 
29.50 


4,062.86 


43,356.61 


Accounts payable .... 


593.06 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities. . 


27,448.87 




















Total liabilities 


245,251.32 


5,850.70 


4,672.22 


4,062.86 


43,949.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


90,518.15 

99,039.78 

6,454.01 


918.31 
632.00 


2,665.18 
2,393.00 


2,284.01 

1,113.25 


29,383.82 
35,046.85 


Other reserves 


9.05 












Total reserves 


196,011.94 


1,550.31 


■5,058.18 


3,397.26 


64,439.72 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


40,023.16 

40,518.50 

142,299.00 


753.25 


1,357.28 


1,937.14 


45,890.41 


Local sinking fund 


7,596.51 


Additional operating surplus 


5,059.94 


10,308.82 


6,598.09 


18,930.63 


Total surplus 


222,840.66 


5,813.19 


11,666.10 


8,535.23 


72,417.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


, 664,103.92 


13,214.20 


21,396.50 


15,995.35 


180,806.94 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


$ 38.4 


47.6 


24.9 


29.6 


25.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



St. Thomas 
17,152 


Sandwich 
7,035 


Sarnia 
15,588 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
15,340 


Seaforth 
1,860 


Simcoe 
4,344 ,. 


Springfield 
417 


Stamford 
Twp 
5,680 


$ c. 
42,872.35 


$ c. 

317.75 

2,668.25 

76,211.04 


$ c. 

81,519.26 

132,107.76 

166,315.66 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,251.57 

5,999.16 

27,914.59 


$ c. 

2,202.99 

6,593.09 

32,053.80 


$ c, 


$ c 

5,912.06 


92,594.53 






14,895.08 
62,674.89 


101,984.22 
23,940.88 


182,597.15 


7,736.78 


44,303.31 

57,541.63 

13,548.46 

7,538.63 


29,838.31 
37,510.54 

9,163.71 
21,716.25 

8,084.60 


75,371.20 

63,799.70 

6,218.21 

7,482.11 

21,621.14 


34,879.16 
46,578.70 
10,785.47 


7,029.74 
8,364.65 
1,074.49 


15,246.21 

13,396.42 

1,984.61 

2,527.16 

4,595.93 


2,169.19 

1,452.34 

314.31 


24,820.10 

18,069.99 

5,273.08 


7,451.36 


Cr.2173.32 


480.33 


685.08 


8,077.76 




4,448.96 


56,248.50 






927.92 




13,743.66 










391,775.37 

8,239.69 
51,897.31 


189,959.41 
1,750.96 


610,683.54 
4,612.22 


272,667.16 
7,583.50 


52,114.53 

2,792.20 
8,000.00 
3,579.20 
3,385.11 
8,925.44 
18,028.08 


79,528.13 
2,302.41 


12,357.70 
521.94 


153,466.62 
1,507.63 


15,145.60 


23,320.95 


37,865.58 
5,893.33 


4,777.74 


57.34 
300.00 




11,212.29 


8,749.96 




2,936.73 












101,820.28 


25,455.22 


108,469 . 63 


19,078.70 
113.04 


13,704.85 


1,508.63 


13,696.13 


11,850.04 




16,783.92 


1,723.43 




















589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


















589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


63,814.29 


136,222.22 


250,676.94 
34,076.44 


164,730.52 
7,164.53 


25,000.00 


40,649.20 

224.80 




84,805.15 


12,072.24 


2,739.50 


12,239.87 








8,057.24 


3,643.26 


26,433.20 


10,226.67 


12,497.07 




3,500.00 


675.96 


1,370.00 








79,529.79 


162,655.42 


294,980.05 


184,392.12 


25,000.00 


44,374.00 


3,415.46 


106,472.26 


101,820.28 
78,847.96 


25,455.22 
13,424.12 


108,469.63 

93,108.49 

283.19 


19,078.70 
23,868.00 


18,028.08 
16,329.14 


13,704,85 
8,408.99 


1,508.63 
512.73 


13,696.13 
17,324.44 
















180,668.24 


38,879.34 


201,861.31 


42,946.70 


34,357.22 


22,113.84 


2,021.36 


31,020.57 


79,270.14 


9,350.81 


87,323.06 


25,837.75 




4,785.70 


5,000.00 


18,194.85 




8,925.44 
30,265.33 




250,010.08 


29,600.97 


200,143.80 


51,043.57 


24,619.19 


3,951.45 


27,131.72 


329,280.22 


38,951.78 


287,466.86 


76,881.32 


39,190.77 


29,404.89 


8,951.45 


45,326.57 


589,478.25 


240,486.54 


784,308.22 


304,220.14 


98,547.99 


95,892.73 


14,388.27 


182,819.40 


16.1 75.6 
1 


43.6 


64.6 


22.4 


54.0 


26.5 


62.9 



262 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Stouff- 
ville 
1,086 


Stratford 
18,888 


Strathroy 

2,587 


Sutton 

880 


Tavistock 


Population 


1,013 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


S c. 

114,166.63 

96,955.02 

146,523.48 


$ c. 

4.430.50 

14,855.37 

31.429.00 


S c. 


$ c. 
234.02 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


9,878.72 


17,107.69 


10,270.96 


2,579.32 

2,299.38 

851.09 


76,892.38 
75,870 .'35 
4,349.95 
14,727.04 
13,814.51 


17,040.58 

12,432.44 

1,594.61 


3,402.30 
3,876.32 
1,210.72 


3,593.47 


Meters 


3,984 13 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


878.59 


258.91 


1,972.57 


1,464.39 


711.79 


Old plant 


3,866.37 


16,150.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 








Total plant 


19,733.79 

3,543.63 

3,000.00 

29.15 


559,449.36 
39,937.32 


96,098.22 
50.00 


27,736.42 
912.63 


19,672.96 


Bank and cash balance 


279.90 


Securities and investments 


7,524.79 


Accounts receivable 


20,663.27 

35,059.82 

100,002.18 

123,640.99 


7,827.85 
6,068.46 


235.53 


114.65 


Inventories 


132.30 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,920.74 


17,920.97 


1,427.54 


8,240.28 


Rate stabilization fund 


440.28 


5,926.60 


3.460.85 


705.39 


1,732.70 


Total assets 

Deficit 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 














Total 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


15,698.63 


412,000.00 


27,396.17 


23,365.16 


4,864.11 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 






3,678.02 






Other liabilities . . . 






















Total liabilities 


15,698.63 


412,000.00 


31,074.19 


23,365.16 


4,864.11 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


1,920.74 
843.05 


123,640.99 
112,601.30 


17,920.97 
20,522.22 


1,427.54 
1,282.67 


8,240.28 
3,212.71 


Other reserves. . 
















Total reserves 


2,763.79 


236,242.29 


38,443.19 


2,710.21 


11,452.99 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,841.64 


43,800.00 
100,002.18 
92,635.07 


18,835.83 


2,634.84 


1,135.89 


Local sinking fund . . 




Additional operating surplus 


7,363.53 


43,073.14 


2,307.30 


20,244.59 


Total surplus 


10,205.17 


236,437.25 


61,908.97 


4,942.14 


21,380.48 






Total liabilities, reserves and suprlus 


28,667.59 


884,679.54 


131,426.35 


31,017.51 


37,697.58 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


58.7 


47.2 


27.4 


79.0 


16.5 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Tecumseh 
1,710 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
815 


Thedford 
516 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thor'old 

5,812 


Tilbury 
1,939 


Tillson- 
burg 
3,147 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 
447.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
969.46 


$ c. 
2,224 27 












13,937 52 


23,556.39 


6,005.38 


6,918.13 


7,335.47 


2,876.62 


27,619.83 


8,575.11 


33,593.98 


5,298.20 
7,026.99 


2,274.37 

1,744.31 

243.93 


3,485.49 
3,232.53 
1,058.30 


1,363.70 

1,760.73 

861.40 


1,145.40 

1,288.36 
112.29 


9,396.86 
16,051.19 

2,156.78 


6,032.31 

5,229.06 

909 . 68 


10,766.29 

12,686.58 

2,960.83 


280.75 


510.67 


1,262.48 


214.02 


576.75 


1,530.81 


310.45 


5,180.67 
17,643.54 


1,236.48 


1,242.78 






4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 














37,424.81 


10,482.01 

1,904.26 

5,500.00 

6.12 


20,164.86 

951.89 
12,000.00 

354.72 


13,285.89 

1,242.63 

4,500.00 

50.00 


5,733.12 
309.56 


78,048.87 
2,681.66 


26,001.57 

3.758,24 

18,000.00 

39.18 


77,922.92 




25,000 00 


2,430.76 


503.40 


15,971.78 
67.50 


4,653.51 
2,649.34 














2,480.04 


3,921.11 


3,254.51 


1,463.31 


2,314.83 


10,170.53 
900.00 


8,225.88 


19,725.81 




946.37 


1,213.93 






1,405.20 


3,003.71 












42,335.61 


22,759.87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.29 


















42,335.61 


22,759.87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.^9 


22,471.59 

3,328.37 


3,069.28 


7,598.04 


13,971.52 
446.20 


1,959.45 
16.75 


3,340.53 
2,030.12 


10,280.57 


18.582.52 
2,404.80 










156.52 


280.75 










1,289.50 




1,268 00 
















26,080.71 


3,069.28 


7,598.04 


14,417.72 


1,976.20 


6,660.15 


10,280.57 


22,411.84 


2,480.04 
3,083.87 


3,921.11 
3,351.09 


3,254.51 
4,367.14 


1,463.31 
907.33 


2,314.83 
1,605.84 


10,170.53 
20,540.51 


8,225.88 
5,390.14 


19,725.81 
20,312.67 


















5.563.91 


7,272.20 


7,621.65 


2,370.64 


3,920.67 


30,711.04 


13,616.02 


40,038.48 


3,528.41 


2,288.75 


3,589.76 


2,528.48 


1,127.03 


1,659.47 


3,719.43 


17,417.48 


7,162.58 


10,129.64 


19,130.46 


1,224.99 


1,837.01 


68,809.68 


29,814.05 


53,087.49 


10,690.99 


12,418.39 


22,720.22 


3,753.47 


2,964.04 


70,469.15 


33,533.48 


70,504.97 


42.335.61 


22,759 87 


37,939.91 


20,541.83 


8,860.91 


107,840.34 


57,430.07 


132,955.29 


65.4 


16.3 


21.8 


75.5 


30.2 


6.8 


20.9 


19. S 



264 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Toronto 

542,187 


Toronto 
Twp. 

7,438 


Trafalgar 
Twp. 

3,832 


Walker- 
ville 

8,558 




Population 


burg 
4.119 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
2,897,546.03 
5,577,204.94 
8,355,502.17 
2,862,380.07 
1,967,264.12 
2,096,746.73 
418,036.84 


$ c 
6,099.68 


$ c. 


$ c. 

123,702.03 

82,597.14 

92,333.57 


$ c. 
29,245.85 


Substation equipment 




2,559.54 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


128,079.14 


18,171.09 


41,481.24 


24,826.53 

19,610.77 

2,526.01 


5,704.01 
2,968.67 


56,758.90 
51,171.32 


26,502.16 


Meters 


16,405.53 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


2,425.75 




104,041.52 
31,097.94 




Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,196,065.42 


2,164.49 


1,205.03 


8,426.98 


Old plant 


3,622,922.29 


619.65 




18,335.05 


20,941.07 








Total plant 


29,993,668.61 
954,996.41 


183,926.27 
20.00 


28,048.80 
2,982.86 


560,037.47 
13,020.63 


147,988.12 


Bank and cash balance . . . 


27,701.97 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,172,881.34 

768,866.87 

3,446,129.36 

3,387,357.74 


2,132.82 


252.60 
349.50 


134,963.55 
29,658.45 


18,662.98 


Inventories 


5,452.82 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


13,023.82 




129,365.31 
844.48 


30.765.91 






Rate stabilization fund.. 


9,735.61 






970.54 












Total assets 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231.542.34 


Deficit 
















Total 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231,542.34 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


23,269,224.07 
1,503,103.66 


63,848.76 

2,643.02 

2,052.86 

875.20 


18,182.85 


229,392.64 
20,925.18 


60,130.51 


Accounts payable 


13,300.42 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities . . . 






114,306.02 


583.37 










Total liabilities 


24,772,327.73 


69,419.84 


18,182.85 


364,623.84 


74.014.30 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


3,387,357.74 

4,323,243.99 

726,630.51 


13,023.82 
40,190.76 




129,365.31 

82,650.63 

3,499.58 


30,765.91 


5,533.82 


23,086.99 










Total reserves 


8,437,232.24 


53,214.58 


5,533.82 


215,515.52 


53,852.90 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,923,775.93 
3,446,129.36 
1,154,170.68 


15,151.24 


1,243.56 


69,866.36 


11,406.07 






Additional operating surplus 


61,317.25 


6,673.53 


217,884.17 


92.269.07 


Total surplus 


6,524,075.97 


76,468.49 


7,917.09 


287,750.53 


103,675.14 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


39,733,635.94 


199,102.91 


31,633.76 


867,889.89 


231,542.34 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


64.8 


37.3 


57.4 


49.3 





927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Wards- 
ville 
187 


Water- 
down 
866 


Waterford 
1,109 


Waterloo 
6,596 


Waterloo 
Twp. 
7,081 


Watford 
1,010 


W'elland 
8,942 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c 
200.00 


$ c 


$ c. 
14,221.41 
54,481.16 
64,507.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

28,056.84 

50,107.77 

110,122.52 


$ c. 












4,592.96 


12,107.79 


13,554.85 


334.38 


13,035.23 


5,222.96 


601.14 
729.62 
519.36 


2,198.74 

4,320.62 

583.81 


5,430.47 
4,965.81 
2,077.72 


27,141.44 
27,909.15 
6,777.91 
5,676.54 
5,679.03 
2,333.64 
24,527.03 


1,015.13 
355.49 


4,137.18 

4,454.43 

609 . 48 


43,024.39 

41,287.55 
4,007.21 


2,153.50 

1,922.50 

545.11 








488.73 


112.34 


442.53 


33.88 


1,327.20 


10,212.08 


128.57 


193.94 








657.44 


53,620.23 












7,125.75 


19,523.30 

6,826.25 

3,500.00 

2,370.27 

56.04 


26,471.38 

453.22 
6,000.00 


233,255.29 
5,517.11 


1,738.88 


24,220.96 

584.76 

4,000.00 

191.62 

151.74 


340,438.59 

3,481.16 

2,529.77 

123,697.59 

3,119.07 

52,087.04 

58,595.86 

490.44 


9,972.64 
1,581.25 


1,500 00 






500 04 


10,544.94 

4,373.27 

4,896.00 

53,260.11 








49.00 












453 84 


5,979.06 


5,636.85 




3,348.00 


4,293.07 








152 28 


1,610.38 


580.69 


1,231.34 




868.31 


. .51.84 










9,731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


584,439.52 
42,604.29 


15,898.80 
















9,731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


627,043.81 


15,898.80 


6.336.35 


2,645.45 
897.83 




80,145.18 
6,245.05 




5,817.54 


265,216.34 
73,843.79 


4,812.67 


2 61 


903.05 


1,738.88 


3.97 


218.15 


















3,100.00 


















6,557.11 


3,543.28 


903.05 


86,390.23 


1,738.88 


5,817.54 


342,160.13 


4,816.64 


453 . 84 
666 00 


5,979.06 
10,634.88 


5,636.85 
4,897.45 


53,260.11 
63,636.27 




3,348.00 
2,941.69 


58,595.86 
81,228.65 
83,188.47 


4,293.07 
695 . 00 






















1,119.84 


16,613.94 


10,534.30 


116,896.38 




6,289.69 


223,012.98 


4,988.07 








1,226 05 


5,354.55 


7,745.53 


25,854.82 

4,896.00 

79,040.63 




3,895.67 


9,783.66 
52,087.04 


2,687.33 








828 91 


14,353.53 


20,008.26 




17,362.49 


3,406.76 










2,054.96 


19,708.08 


27,753.79 


109,791.45 




21,258.16 


61,870.70 


6,094.09 








9,731.91 


39,865.30 


39,191.14 


313,078.06 


1,738.88 


33,365.39 


627,043.81 


15,898.80 


70.7 


10.5 


2.7 


32.0 


100.0 


19.3 


61.2 


41.5 



266 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


West Lome 

821 


Weston 

3,882 


Wheatley 
665 


Windsor 

52,638 




Population 


bridge 

758 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 

8,207.01 

31,082.27 

34,927.16 


$ c. 


$ c 
237,543.44 
435,074.80 
567,195.47 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. .. . 
Distribution system, underground 


11,002.46 


9,791.04 


10,718.12 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


4,738.99 

2,717.12 

567.97 


29,170.28 
18,455.89 

7,648.88 
20,729.13 

6,462.63 


2,063.26 
2,240.43 

585.72 


258,123.19 
257,740.77 
37,238.22 
411,110.06 
104,083.10 


3,893.00 

3,084.08 

415.26 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


347.14 


574.58 


642.82 


Old plant 


1,250.00 




2,569.50 


144,815.86 










Total plant 


20,623.68 

745.18 
1,848.42 


156,683.25 
9,105.01 


17,824.53 

2,092.92 
48.40 


2,452,924.91 
275.00 


18,753.28 


Bank and cash balance 


82.81 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


6,675.45 
484.45 


258,980.94 

134,372.56 

84,182.11 

331,368.03 

4,329.45 


1,008.24 


Inventories 






4.75 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,913.73 


47,402.65 


1,231.23 


6,686.02 


Rate stabilization fund . . . 


709.07 




1,556.31 


65.56 










Total assets 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,423.00 


31,600.66 


Deficit 
















Total 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,433.00 


31,600.66 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts pavable 


6,666.27 
1,711.52 


56,554.28 
1,356.68 


11,818.86 


1,199,787.35 

296,316.20 

60,256.42 

442,548.69 


6,788.65 
6.69 


Bank overdraft .... 






Other liabilities. . . 








12.00 












Total liabilities 


8,377.79 


57,910.96 


11,818.86 


1,998,^08.66 


6,807.34 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


6,913.73 
2,703.12 


47,402.65 
29,489.81 


1,231.23 
610.00 


331,368.03 
171,329.98 


6,686.02 
5,046.60 














Total reserves 


9,616.85 


76,892.46 


1,841.23 


502,698.01 


11,732.62 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,333.73 


13,478.16 


1,181.14 


190,212.68 

84,182.11 

490,431.54 


1,711.32 






Additional operating surplus 


11,511.71 


72,069.23 


7,912.16 


11,349.38 


Total surplus 


12,845.44 


85,547.39 


9,093.30 


764,826.33 


13,06X).7O 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


30,840.08 


220,350.81 


22,753.39 


3,266,433.00 


31,600.66 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


35.0 


33.5 


54.9 


67.1 


27.3 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Wood- 
stock 
10,114 


Wyoming 
460 


York 
Twp. 
47,233 


E. York 
Twp. 
20,859 


N. York 
Twp. 
8,327 


N. York. 

Twp. 
Area No.2 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SbMMARY 


$ c. 
29,075.01 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,204.74 

8,382.00 

200,580.90 


$ c. 
5,100.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
5,508,834.51 
8,786,908.73 
16,112,274.89 
3,398,567.82 
4,793,697.99 
5,061,932.28 
1,032,067.36 


59,242.66 










82,567.32 


6,786.24 


521,008.10 


117,740.98 


13,308.34 


6,466.72 


44,918.07 


820.75 

1,679.01 

283.92 




35,300.03 
88,267.96 
11,718.63 


19,631.29 
16,365.36 




1,598.15 

1,805.15 

461.80 


45,686.67 




10,699.09 


33,112.78 










1,021,123.44 


17,358.55 
13,811.22 


805.20 


19,070.96 


14,933.94 


5,305.32 


1,254.11 


240.77 


3,131,322.06 
43,529.40 














150.00 


4,371,612.18 














303,358.59 
7,693.49 


10,375.12 
1,684.44 


573,191.84 
119,753.32 


372,388.20 
12,671.08 


164,142.99 
741 . 63 


14,562.45 


10,722.59 

650.10 
3,000.00 

15.41 


53,261,870.66 
1,793,797.65 


27,000.00 




548,387.13 
2,883,366.60 
1 268,817.66 


1,457.39 
1,964.28 


23.72 


28,456.90 


16,214.55 
1,740.99 


6,856.47 
182.84 


3,506.47 


31,801.97 










4,751,149.12 


74,074.69 


1,636.64 




13,536.73 
7,905.56 


4,804.37 
1,128.49 




2,689.72 


7,675,912.71 
25,333.19 






1 


7,850.12 


410.17 






1,286.14 


171,233.67 














455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,379,868.39 
45,929.87 


















455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,425,798.26 


83,510.10 


6,070.49 
363.07 


547,550.63 
438.95 


346,965.89 

8,273.33 


63,640.02 
81,811.21 


16,447.30 


4,789.81 


35,828,414.82 
2,864,803.33 








122,502.92 


2,660.26 






7,851.95 


1,565.80 


623.95 




1,081,364.01 












86,170.36 


6,433.56 


547,989.58 


363,091.17 


147,017.03 


17,071.25 


4,789.81 


39,897,085.08 


74,074.69 


1,636.64 
2,379.33 




13,536.73 
9,580.73 


4,804.37 
9,411.00 




2,689.72 
2,005.42 


7,675.912.71 


72,109.68 
3,863.43 


54,637.06 


423.10 


7,913,045.24 

882,652.86 


















150,047.80 


4,015.97 


54,637.06 


23,117.46 


14,215.37 


423.10 


4,695.14 


16,471,610.81 


43,875.53 
31,801.97 


3,629.51 


52,449.37 


10,101.89 


6,359.98 


574.57 


801.80 


4,454,259.58 
4,751,149.12 


143,304.87 


51.05 


66,326.05 


28,146.59 


10,264.41 




8,077.21 


6,851,693.67 








218,982.37 


3,680.56 


118,775.42 


38,248.48 


16,624.39 


574.57 


8,879.01 


16,057,102.37 


455,200.53 


14,130.09 


721,402.06 


424,457.11 


177,856.79 


18,068.92 


18,363.96 


72,425,798.26 


15.6 


51.5 


75.9 


88.3 


84.9 


94.5 


30.6 


58.5 



268 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alliston 
1,269 


Arthur 
1,153 


Barrie 
7,429 


Beaverton 

988 


Beeton 


Population 


569 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

14,198.21 

5,615.98 

39,561.24 

63,464.23 

21,940.98 

32,663.98 

5,341.74 

6,516.82 

800.00 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


675.73 
21,837.46 




428 50 


Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


16,467.06 


17,903.64 


11,291.91 


Line transformers 


5,224.26 
5,410.30 
1,428.88 


3,841.78 

3,026.95 

726.16 


4,904.70 

4,904.47 

842 . 19 


1,981.55 

1,443.84 


Meters 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


1,138,14. 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,557.52 


284.18 


2,303.56 


1,389.69 


Old plant . 


8,146.49 


1,086.62 


41,358.61 


3,772.42 








Total plant 


45,280.64 


25,432.75 
151.91 


231,461.79 


34,930.48 

2,806.04 
4,000.00 
1,677.90 

145.57 


17,673.63 


Bank and cash balance .... . . 




Securities and investments .... 




7,578.16 

13,070.10 

1,219.50 




Accounts receivable 


510.00 


25.60 


385.42 


Inventories 


3.02 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


2,809.74 


4,047.06 


22,940.13 


5,478.07 


2,428.07 


Rate stabilization fund . . 








1,717.95 














Total assets 


48,600.38 
4,877.30 


29,657.32 
10,349.68 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


20,490.14 


Deficit 


5,311.77 










Total 


53,477.68 


40,007.00 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


25,801.91 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 


34,136.54 

799.16 

2,048.24 


17,862.16 
7,931.98 


20,586.95 

11,223.36 

9,975.75 


11,233.95 
353.18 


12,844.09 
4,570.80 


Bank overdraft .... 


404.45 


Other liabilities 




















Total liabilities 


36,983.94 


25,794.14 


41,786.06 


11,587.13 


17,819.34 


Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


2,809.74 
7,820.54 


4,047.06 
7,027.96 


22,940.13 

38,091.36 

700.00 


5,478.07 
5,897.29 


2,428.07 
3,398.59 


Other reserves . 














Total reserves 


10,630.28 


11,075.02 


61,731.49 


11,375.36 


5,826.66 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund . 


5,863.46 


3,137.84 


66,413.05 


3,766.05 


2,155.91 


Additional operating surplus 






106,339.08 


24,027.47 












Total surplus 


5,863.46 


3,137.84 


172,752.13 


27,793.52 


2,155.91 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


53,477.68 


40,007.00 


276,269.68 


50,756.01 


25,801 91 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


80.8 


100.7 


16.5 


25.6 


98.6 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Bradford 
974 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
910 


Chats- 
worth 

285 


Chestey 
1,701 


Coldwater 
608 


Colling- 
wood 
6,259 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
65.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c 
14,594.04 
11,203.24 
41,934.99 


$ c 
60.00 


388.50 






595.98 
18,256.69 


392 . 95 


16,022.45 


1,627.82 


8,895.27 


3,848.27 


7,294.43' 


8,735.23 


1,342.34 

2,683.17 

544.95 


943.21 
486.67 
118.36 


2,553.75 

3,342.75 

590.55 


919.44 

852.75 
309.78 


4,761.82 
5,672.23 
1,017.36 


2,882.84 

2,291.64 

399.16 


13,110.67 

19,581.95 

2,813.56 


1,811.45 

1,409.84 

514.21 


1,691.36 


546.92 


559.63 


385.90 


3,290.16 


145.03 


8,268.40 


1,499.15 






3,609.37 




5,503.60 




473.20 














22,672.77 
324.38 


3,722.98 
251.96 


19,551.32 

1,405.34 

2,326.62 

110.50 

282.18 


6,381.14 
1,579.90 


39,097.84 
8,040.86 


13,288.10 

530.83 
6,000.00 
1,527.34 


111,980.05 

2,173.97 

30,000.00 

7,397.19 

796.77 


14,422.83 
735.32 


1,096.76 
8.24 


670.29 
127.04 


186.59 

"l',648!83 
822.97 


380.82 
175.50 


601.31 








2,530.56 


2,397.32 


4,164.71 


5,910.29 


2,228.76 


35,545.70 


746.04 






1,821.39 




3,322.50 


....337.52 














26,632.71 

5,542.45 


7,169.59 
986.20 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


16,505.50 
1,028.11 
















32,175.16 


8,155.79 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


17,533.61 


16.951.93 
5,996.67 


2,744.56 
1,479.49 


11,600.91 

75.18 


5,080.47 


16,578.49 


5,232.73 


12,988.54 
3,555.30 


10,881.00 
334.79 
























1,315.73 


















22,948.60 


4,224.05 


11,676.09 


5,080.47 


16,578.49 


5,232.73 


17,859.57 


11,215.79 


2,530.56 
4,447.93 


2,397.32 
1,068.06 


4,164.71 

4,384.14 


822.97 
1,742.57 


5,910.29 
8,553.43 


2,228.76 
4,880.08 


35,545.70 
31,487.69 


746.04 

2,952.78 


















6,978.49 


3,465.38 


8,548.85 


2,565.54 


14,463.72 


7,108.84 


67,033.39 


3,698.82 


2,248.07 


466.36 


3,399.09 


319.53 

1,648.83 
1,005.06 


10,921.51 


1,767.27 


29,616.05 


2,619.00 






6,038.03 


14,964.09 


9,803.71 


73,384.67 










2,248.07 


466.36 


9,437.12 


2,973.42 


25,885.60 


11,570.98 


103,000.72 


2,619.00 


32,175.16 


8,155.79 


29,662.06 


10,619.43 


56,927.81 


23,912.55 


187,893.68 


17,533.61 


95.2 


88.5 


45.8 


42.1 


32.5 


24.1 


11.7 


71.2 



270 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Creemore 
650 


Dundalk 
713 


Durham 
1,627 


Elm vale 
P.V. 




Population 


P.V. 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
106.25 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






584.88 
17,185.40 




Distribution system, overhead... . 
Distribution system, underground 


5,659.60 


6,462.12 


7,332.25 


4,780.39 


Line transformers 


1,439.11 

2,327.06 

272.07 


2,160.58 

2,099.50 

761.95 


5,855.75 
4,152.19 
1,121.19 


3,020.54 
2,562.20 

388.77 


803 88 


Meters 


777 56 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


302.28 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


185.41 


243.99 


1,349.82 


510.13 


1,093.62 


Old plant 


2,651.15 


380.94 


1,506.51 












Total plant 


12,534.40 

1,674.83 

5,000.00 

197.97 

67.31 


12,109.08 

1,083.39 

7,000.00 

133.79 

.. 74.00 


31,755.74 

1,340.32 

18,000.00 

275.31 


13,920.14 


7,757.73 
231.20 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 
256.64 




Accounts receivable 


244.41 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






221.76 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


2,471.29 


2,167.14 


6,135.09 


3,836.92 


486.15 


Rate stabilization fund 


881.76 


924.71 


2,789.03 












Total assets 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


8,941.25 
360.75 


Deficit 














Total 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


9,302.00 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,519.21 


2,910.51 


15,381.57 


4,935.08 
891.04 
142.37 


5,138.74 
23.00 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 










Other liabilities 






















Total liabilities 


3,519.21 


2,910.51 


15,381.57 


5,968.49 


5,161.74 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


2,471.29 
2,873.60 


2,167.14 
2,751.12 


6,135.09 

6,888.22 


3,836.92 
4,526.07 


486.15 
1,371.09 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves .... 


5,344.89 


4,918.26 


13,023.31 










Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,980.79 


3,426.39 


10,418.43 


2,064.92 


2,061.26 


Local sinking fund 


221.76 


Additional operating surplus 


10,982.67 


12,236.95 


21,472.18 


6,617.30 






Total surplus 


13,963.46 


15,663.34 


31,890.61 


8,682.22 


2,283.02 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


22,827.56 


23,492.11 


60,295.49 


23,013.70 


9,302.00 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


12.3 


13.6 

i 


28.4 


24.1 


60.0 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Flesherton 
461 


Grand 

Valley 

653 


G raven - 

hurst 
1,723 


Hanover 

2,881 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 

2,717 


Kincardine 
2,067 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


$ c 


$ c. 

36.50 


$ c 

2,827.29 

8,654.25 

17,838.78 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

46,535.86 


$ c. 


$ c. 

326.49 

647.30 

12,489.16 


$ c 

4,594.68 

2,794.20 

35,674.41 


$ c. 








4,869.39 


9,559.56 


2,061.63 


5,041.33 


497.18 

1,034.45 

399.16 


1,374.97 

2,114.00 

458.21 


2,272.33 

5,922.73 

695.45 


15,069.19 

13,147.73 

2,326.30 


525.22 
441.67 
168.69 


3,609.60 
6,819.64 
1,888.43 


6,362.42 
7,184.67 
3,791.43 


428.20 
463.15 
379.00 


887.26 


205.70 


1,633.15 


6,415.20 


205.93 


384.92 


5,659.28 


301.53 




919.85 


24,799.39 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 














7,687.44 
803.01 


14,668.79 

1,665.36 

3,392.76 

59.96 


64,643.37 

5,467.22 
5,800.00 
8,271.68 
1,617.49 
4,371.41 
3,267.42 


98,137.70 

6,684.06 

16,861.95 

3,362.43 


3,403.14 
215.79 


31,601.74 
8,759.99 


66,061.09 
10.00 


6,613.21 
135.47 


138.22 


387.25 
54.81 


4,720.75 
1,602.71 


237.80 
1,118.00 


561.42 










1,206.65 


2,159.88 


17,964.72 


709.07 


10,363.94 


3,140.56 


585.77 


735.54 


1,473.16 




4,508.58 




1,724.72 
















10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


4,770.06 

4,532.57 


58,773.85 


70,567.45 
6,441.05 


7,895.87 
824.27 














10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


9,302.63 


58,773.85 


77,008.50 


8,720.14 


5,293.03 
67.15 


7,058.54 


27,715.52 


65,226.74 
10.40 


1,507.33 
5,260.10 


11,102.19 
2,482.20 


49,924.52 

4,078.77 

226.34 


4,862.34 
1,320.18 










































5,360.18 


7,058.54 


27,715.52 


65,237.14 


6,767.43 


13,584.39 


54,229.63 


6,182.52 


1,206.65 

2,034.13 

247.00 


2,159.88 
3,650.65 


3,267.42 
10,433.05 


17,964.72 
18,666.35 


709.07 
571.41 


10,363.94 
6,897.18 


3,140.56 
5,362.83 


585.77 
814.19 


















3,487.78 


5,810.53 


13,700.47 


36,631.07 


1,280.48 


17,261.12 


8,503.39 


1,399.96 


1,406.97 


3,941.46 


36,252.92 

4,371.41 

11,398.27 


22,273.26 


1,254.72 


10,031.35 


14,275.48 


1,137.66 


315.93 


6,609.38 


23,377.97 




17,896.99 














1,722.90 


10,550.84 


52,022.60 


45,651.23 


1,254.72 


27,928.34 


14,275.48 


1,137.66 


10,570.86 


23,419.91 


93,438.59 


147,519.44 


9,302.63 


58,773.85 


77,008.50 


8,720.14 


57.2 


33.2 


26.0 


53.0 


166.6 


28.1 


80.4 


84.6 



272 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Lucknow 
982 


Markdale 
876 


Meaford 
2,576 


Midland 
8,060 




Population 


Forest 

1,779 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,102.93 

2,484.99 

26,125.25 


$ c. 
19,943.19 
71,955.39 
84,032.03 


$ c. 
3,725.00 


Substation equipment 




780.80 
8,239.36 


686 75 


Distribution system, overhead. .. . 
Distribution system, underground 


14,793.48 


19,483.40 


Line transformers 


2,381.35 
3,106.49 
1,040.95 


2,579.71 
2,261.50 
1,015.17 


6,046.90 
5,684.21 

2,225.13 


17,524.77 
30,882.06 

6,089.46 
11,904.53 

9,052.03 


4,348 80 


Meters . . . 


5 170 39 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


2,241.28 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,099.08 


587.89 


2,264.39 


2,048.28 


Old plant 




2,080.65 


3,135.75 


14,315.62 


3,958 97 








Total plant 


23,421.35 

2,473.16 

2,583.91 

119.40 


17,545.08 

963.96 

1,500.00 

179.36 

280.95 


49,069.55 

3,260.95 

16,581.86 


265,699.08 
8,666.05 


41,662.87 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 


4,000.66 


Accounts receivable 


17,200.87 
6,259.08 


49.67 


Inventories 




122.04 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,481.12 


1,451.65 


1,895.74 


44,364.13 


5,682.85 


Rate stabilization fund 


394.86 


556.38 


3,001.72 


3,259.47 


4.956 59 






Total assets 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474.02 


Deficit 
















Total 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


16,538.35 
985.00 


7,297.05 
111.36 


45,360.20 


65,130.45 
15,845.60 


18,632.34 


Accounts payable 


1,487.58 


Bank overdraft 




.. 266.36 


Other liabilities 


13.50 


20.00 


192.71 


209.00 








Total liabilities 


17,536.85 


7,428.41 


45,552.91 


81,185.05 


20,386.28 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


1,481.12 
2,077.30 


1,451.65 
3,832.25 


1,895.74 
2,490.88 


44;364.13 
57,194.21 


5,682.85 
8,918.02 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


3,558.42 


5,283 ; .90 


4,386.62 


101,558.34 


14,600.87 






Debentures paid 


3,185.01 


1,702.95 


4,000.00 


46,939.54 


12,326.26 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


6,193.52 


8,062.12 


19,870.29 


115,765.75 


9,160.61 


Total surplus 


9,378.53 


9,765.07 


23,870.29 


162.705.29 


21,486.87 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


30,473.80 


22,477.38 


73,809.82 


345,448.68 


56,474.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


60.5 


35.3 


63.3 


26.9 


40.1 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Neustadt 
476 


Orange- 
ville 
2,649 


Owen 
Sound 
12,231 


Paisley 

775 


Penetang- 

uishene 

3,936 


Port 

McNicoll 

630 


Port 
Perry 
1,153 


Price 
ville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
454 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

23,917.19 


$ c. 
28,953.74 
11,999.17 
89,656.89 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,151.00 

4,040.66 

37,633.75 


$ c. 
202.60 


$ c. 


$ c 
68.00 


$ c. 










9,837.34 


9,991.94 


6,658.19 


16,542.10 


4,625.00 


8,814.81 


4,243.29 

1,838.70 

496.41 


3,714.73 
6,864.61 
1,152.67 


31,649.31 
48,691.97 
11,872.76 
7,438.98 
2,221.26 
33,282.00 


1,330.99 
2,132.18 
1,037.03 


13,318.48 

12,337.31 

2,668.46 


755.23 

1,760.68 

190.73 


2,999.53 
2,946.83 
1,030.40 


549.70 
337.65 
139.88 


2,705.98 
730.36 

850.83 


1,495.88 


3,406.09 


668.75 


2,253.65 


496.42 


135.74 


833.90 


1,164.99 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


1,745.00 


2,124.20 






















19,009.22 
1,174.92 


46,014.35 
1,085.16 


265,766.08 
8,054.77 


16,905.89 

2,636.71 
1,500.00 

813.55 


76,527.51 

7,964.27 
6,778.16 
2,453.91 
1,028.59 


10,063.85 

758.86 


23,654.60 

1,401.38 

9,946.66 

418.56 


6,554.13 
72.44 


14,266.97 
681.02 


309.65 


4,107.34 
320.80 


3,96i.63 

7,833.57 
37,307.46 
29,817.85 

5,705.87 
13,793.11 


17.84 




159.43 














1,836.84 


5,896.72 


856.07 


16,963.15 


1,057.59 


1,370.12 


154.83 


780.65 






1,012.71 


3,977.15 




1,975.01 
















22,330.63 
7,335.07 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


6,781.40 
2,687.08 


15,888.07 
622.74 


















29,665.70 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


9,468.48 


16,510.81 


12,685.61 

7,341.81 


22,297.16 
3,288.49 


50,000.00 
6,361.25 


14,546.29 


27,332.16 


4,927.74 


19,384.52 
844.08 


5,434.62 
1,708.65 


12,648.48 
492 . 65 
















1,140.88 








2,121.50 




















20,027.42 


25,585.65 


57,502.13 


14,546.29 


27,332.16 


4,927.74 


22,350.10 


7,143.27 


13,141.13 


1,836.84 
3,487.05 


5,896.72 
10,773.00 


29,817.85 

37,968.72 

5,705.87 


856.07 
867.50 


16,963.15 
23,174.32 


1,057.59 
2,326.44 


1,370.12 
1,747.07 


154.83 
605.00 


780.65 
1,265.57 


















5,323.89 


16,669.72 


73,492.44 


1,723.57 


40,137.47 


3,384.03 


3,117.19 


759.83 


2,046.22 


4,314.39 


13,602.84 


91,000.00 

37,307.46 
112,938.31 


1,453.71 


13,667.84 


2,372.26 


497.14 


1,565.38 


1,323.46 




1,566.16 


6,001.36 


34,555.27 


1,214.11 


12,801.90 












4,314.39 


15,169.00 


241,245.77 


7,455.07 


48,223.11 


3,586.37 


13,299.04 


1,565.38 


1,323.46 


29,665.70 


57,424.37 


372,240.34 


23,724.93 


115,692.74 


11,898.14 


38,766.33 


9,468.48 


16,510.81 


97.7 


49.6 


6.6 


63.6 


27.7 


45.4 


59.7 


107.8 


87.0 



274 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Shelburne 
1,134 


Stayner 
967 


Sunder- 
land 
P.V. 


Tara 
480 




Population 


water 
862 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 

800.00 

566.60 

13,587.18 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


200.00 
10,017.25 






330 31 


Distribution system, overhead. .. . 
Distribution system, underground 


3,866.03 


10,552.17 


14,535.47 


Line transformers 

Meters 


3,940.42 
4,541.17 
1,037.70 


3,705.73 

3,676.60 

797.47 


1,454.65 

1,609.92 

265.19 


1,706.89 

1,359.51 

430.59 


3,010.01 
2,665.91 
1,338.07 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,208.01 


321.33 


142.22 


1,243.96 


1,733.50 


Old plant 


739.50 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 




4 976 86 








Total plant 


27,420.58 

1,166.20 

3,000.00 

107.90 

103.85 


22,850.79 

420.50 

7,000.00 

195.26 

45.07 


9,368.01 
.03 


15,293.12 
597.24 


28,590.13 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


45.54 
126.00 


32.27 


775.77 
7.22 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




4,543.94 
1,589.49 


Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,408.23 


3,462.21 


3,116.05 


1,408.49 


Rate stabilization fund 


1,340.83 


783.07 
















Total assets 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


17,331.12 
7,022.67 


35,506.55 


Deficit 


3,158.61 












Total 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


24,353.79 


38,665.16 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


12,314.90 
111.85 


7,589.10 
40.00 


4,909.28 


11,150.23 
4,188.02 


24,773.75 


Accounts payable 


2,849.28 
193.41 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




9.00 






6.00 












Total liabilities 


12,426.75 


7,638.10 


4,909.28 


15,338.25 


27,822.44 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


3,408.23 

5,385.37 


3,462.21 

5,412.71 


3,116.05 

2,134.84 


1,408.49 
3,257.28 


1,589.49 
1,483.04 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


8,793.60 


8,874.92 


5,250.89 


4,665.77 


3,072.53 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,605.10 


6,410.90 


1,890.72 


4,349.77 


3,226.25 


Local sinking fund 


4,543.94 


Additional operating surplus 


7,722.14 


11,832.98 


604.74 










Total surplus 


15,327.24 


18,243.88 


2,495.46 


4,349.77 


7,770.19 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


36,547.59 


34,756.90 


12,655.63 


24,353.79 


38,665.16 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


37.5 


24.4 


51.4 


96.3 


79.2 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Thornton 
P.V. 


Totten- 
ham 
544 


Uxbridge 
1,452 


Victoria 
Harbor 

1,425 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wingham 
2,421 


Woodville 
444 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 

8,508.05 

4,699.84 

32,624.90 


$ c. 


$ c. 

108,423.86 

140,524.71 

873,446.40 

63,464.23 

236,800.94 

291,067.17 

70,436.16 

25,860.33 




358.50 
7,890.77 










6,379.63 


11,347.84 


7,069.13 


3,773.06 


2,285.90 


860.41 
575.20 
375.90 


1,117.48 

1,571.37 

460.17 


2,510.33 
3,004.33 
1,214.74 


1,090.25 

2,134.36 

319.62 


796.81 

1,142.37 
164.14 


11,514.64 
9,704.17 
3,116.13 


1,306.79 

1,520.23 

127.31 


300.35 


1,265.68 


843.50 


642 . 64 


257.66 


4,316.94 
13,200.00 
12,243.13 


251.91 


85,053.49 

46,482.00 

160,293.89 




311.45 








2,182.50 












8,491.49 


12,975.42 
694.85 


18,920.74 

905.37 
8,000.00 
2,152.28 


11,256.00 
2,648.78 


6,134.04 
2,000.36 


99,927.80 

30.00 

10,000.00 

4,593.79 

3,236.36 


7,674.64 

1,484.85 
4,000.00 


2,101,853.18 

95,212.98 

185,850.08 

84,408.34 

26,655.67 

48,093.40 

285,736.67 

5,705.87 

58,914.21 






191.61 


35.26 


















486.62 


1,448.72 


1,475.37 


1,374.19 


744.28 


3,800.34 


3,269.35 






2,053.33 


248.88 


238.19 


279.46 


806.59 






8,978.11 
4,795.37 


15,310.60 
4,894.21 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,892,430.40 
70,769.90 
















13,773.48 


20,204.81 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,963,200.30 


5,904.35 
3,688.75 


9,945.34 
3,559.12 


16,207.59 


3,781.45 


2,075.49 
126.75 


59,891.28 

236.12 

2,300.78 


4,251.54 

257.45 


868,306.91 
103,976.56 


192.11 






15,749.81 
5,034.32 








6.00 




















9,785.21 


13,504.46 


16,207.59 


3,787.45 


2,202.24 


62,428.18 


4,508.99 


993,067.60 


486.62 
1,906.00 


1,448.72 
2,229.87 


1,475.37 
1,397.94 


1,374.19 
2,805.95 


744.28 
1,380.01 


3,800.34 
8,931.88 


3,269.35 
1,297.70 


285,736.67 

382,942.23 

6,652.87 
















2,392.62 


3,678.59 


2,873.31 


4,180.14 


2,124.29 


12,732.22 


4,567.05 


675,331.77 


1,595.65 


3,021.76 




2,718.55 


1,424.51 


36,214.22 


1,248.46 


511,875.47 






48,093.40 
734,832.06 






14,426.19 


4,876.97 


3,365.83 


10,493.13 


6,910.93 






1,595.65 


3,021.76 


14,426.19 


7,595.52 


4,790.34 


46,707.35 


8,159.39 


1,294,800.93 


13,773.48 


20,204.81 


33,507.09 


15,563.11 


9,116.87 


121,867.75 


17,235.43 


2,963,200.30 


115.2 


97.4 


50.6 


26.7 


26.3 


52.9 


32.3 


37.3 



276 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



ST. LAWRENCE 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 
2,372 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Brockville 
9,119 


Chester- 
ville 
1,060 


Lancaster 


Population 


599 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 

27,994.53 

261.80 

67,180.02 


$ c. 
250.00 


$ c 


Substation equipment 




Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


27,134.49 


2,768.15 


6,604.91 


6,133.95 


Line transformers 


8,150.11 
6,206.49 
2,093.76 


1,165.70 
768.90 
398.97 


24,435.31 
32,815.40 
16,605.64 


2,356.82 

3,010.78 

496.35 


962.35 


Meters 


1,277.30 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


650.65 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hvdraulic plant 


5,542.75 


210.33 


5,505.32 

53,936.51 

2,400.00 


610.68 


1,068.55 


Old plant 


4,466.89 


709.55 












Total plant 


53,796.49 
5,358.70 


6,190.66 
52.06 


231,134.53 

23,059.48 
93,213.30 
14,239.98 

4,482.49 
81,997.57 
30,388.35 

1,160.12 
17,184.94 


13,329.54 

4,262.98 

4,000.00 

2,229.04 

754.53 


10,092.80 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 


744.66 


Accounts receivable 


1,807.26 


514.76 


197 49 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,598.46 


416.12 


7,240.26 


950.34 


Rate stabilization fund 






4,937.26 












Total assets 


65,560.91 


7,173.60 
320.69 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


11,985.29 
8,941.77 


Deficit : 












Total 


65,560.91 


7,494.29 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


20,927 06 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


35,776.64 
4,295.13 


5,114.90 
604.55 


152,754.74 
9,392.96 


3,930.23 
1,218.35 


7,505.29 


Accounts payable 


9,059.30 








425.25 






3.00 












Total liabilities 


40,497.02 


5,719.45 


162,147.70 


5,151.58 


16,564.59 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


4,598.46 
3,910.29 


416.12 
473.62 


30,388.35 
27,602.00 


7,240.26 
4,514.84 


950.34 
947.00 


















Total reserves 


8,508.75 


889.74 


57,990.35 


11,755.10 


1,897.34 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,357.20 


885.10 


73,902.80 

81,997.57 

120,822.34 


2,569.77 


2,465.13 


Local sinking fund . . 




Additional operating surplus 


4,197.94 




17,277.16 








Total surplus 


16,555.14 


885.10 


276,722.71 


19,846.93 


2,465.13 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


65,560.91 


7,494.29 


496,860.76 


36,753.61 


20,927.06 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


66.4 


84.6 


20.8 


17.4 


151.1 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



1 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 

812 


Prescott 

2,652 


Russell 
P.V. 


Williams- 
burg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,084 


ST. LAWRENCE 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c 

31,803.13 

669 59 




407.79 
10,960.21 






2,534.39 


33,874.15 


7,311.30 


1,608.59 


8,174.68 


174,284.84 


690.33 
625.95 
335.26 


1,736.95 
2,176.13 
1,498.61 


8,994.91 

12,395.60 

1,741.96 


1,382.48 

1,178.58 

482.22 


297.89 
827.62 
152.11 


1,753.41 

3,596.17 

605.02 


51,926.26 
64,878.92 
25,060.55 


653.27 


2,427.80 


2,030.10 


1,191.88 


4.00 


343.94 


19,588.62 
53,936 51 






12,108.35 






1,100.00 


20,784.79 












4,965.35 

191.52 
1,000 00 


19,207.49 
996.20 


73,906.61 

4,325.12 
7,000.00 
1,579.04 


11,546.46 
353.26 


2,890.21 

226.12 
1,000.00 

77.48 


15,873.07 

2,759.28 

8,000.00 

462.50 

1,100.00 


442,933.21 

42,329.38 

114,213.30 

23,905.10 

6,337.02 


316.38 


59.45 


2,421.72 






4,522.52 
7,037.69 






86,520.09 

56,740.51 

1 160 12 


237.12 


1,215.78 


241.27 


704.58 


3,710.54 






5,203.30 




547.40 


3,306.97 


31,179.87 








6,710.37 


21,478.92 
1,923.55 


103,574.28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


805,318.60 
11,186 01 














6,710.37 


23,402.47 


103.574,28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


816,504.61 


4,862.31 


12,839.29 

4,731.17 


13,294.18 


9,713.21 
3,270.99 


1,426.10 


8,379.56 
1,655.20 


255,596.45 
34,227 65 














50.50 








478 75 














4,862.31 


17,570.46 


13,344.68 


12,984.20 


1,426.10 


10,034.76 


290,302 . 85 


237.12 
436.00 


1,455.52 


7,037.69 
20,221.45 




1,062.90 


3,710.54 
4,291.05 


64,914.67 




















673.12 


2,671.30 


27,259.14 


241.27 


1,767.48 


8,001.59 


121,655.18 


1,137.69 


3,160.71 


10,685.16 

4,522.52 

47,762.78 


286.79 


1,323.90 


2,270.44 


111,044.69 

86,520.09- 

206,981.80 


37.25 




1,050.45 


928.31 


14,905.57 






1,174.94 


3,160.71 


62,970.46 


1,337.24 


2,252.21 


17,176.01 


404,546.58 


6,710.37 


23,402.47 


103,574.28 


14,562.71 


5,445.79 


35,212.36 


816,504.61 


75.1 


86.6 


9.6 


90.6 


30.3 


31.8 


30.8 



27S 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



RIDEAU 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Carleton 
Place 

4,221 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,238 


Lanark 
624 


Perth 
3,640 


Smiths 


Population 


Falls 

6,857 






Assets 


$ c. 

5,688.32 

2,471.63 

29,427.61 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

. 6,600.50 

3,492.82 

36,716.93 


$ c. 
20,428.85 


Substation equipment . . . 






4,845.66 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


16,730.30 


5,074.48 


72,151.40 


6,892.96 

13,252.30 

1,104.74 


4,010.69 
4,572.99 
1,013.42 


639.33 

1,130.02 

642.24 


16,333.62 

17,291.95 

3,863.07 


17,957.38 


Meters 


25,877.84 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 

Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


6,230.21 


8,550.54 


5,518.38 


276.12 


5,274.60 

22,500.56 

2,674.25 


8,022.99 
38,251.49 


Old plant 








21,566.48 












Total plant 


67,388.10 

2,715.56 

11,000.00 

8,641.28 

959.96 


31,845.78 

1,774.71 

8,000.00 

3,608.32 

568.32 


7,762.19 
2,188.04 


114,748.30 
75.00 


215,332.30 


Bank and cash balance .... 


38.82 




21,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


674.34 


43,800.29 
6,099.17 


2,417.74 




1,017.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures. 






Equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


8,502.13 
368.56 


1,918.52 


587.26 


6,255.96 
366.36 


11,214.77 


Rate stabilization fund .... 




















Total assets 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 


Deficit 
















Total 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


57,900.46 
3,625.72 


22,794.28 
51.11 


6,182.29 


97,058.18 
3,461.35 
2,378.21 


142,457.22 


Accounts payable .... 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


350.00 






361.50 












Total liabilities 


61,876.18 


22,845.39 


6,182.29 


103,259.24 


142,457.22 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


8,502.13 
7,328.62 


1,918.52 
2,605.00 


587.26 
658.02 


6,255.96 
17,878.91 


11,214.77 
38,445.15 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total reserves 


15,830.75 


4,523.52 




24,134.87 


49,659.92 


Debentures paid 


8,099.54 


2,205.72 


1,379.18 


11,341.82 


55,167.78 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


13,769.12 


18,141.02 


2,405.08 


32,609.15 


3,736.47 


Total surplus 


21,868.66 


20,346.74 


3,784.26 


43,950.97 


58,904.25 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


99,575.59 


47,715.65 


11,211.83 


171,345.08 


251,021.39 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


67.9 


49.9 


58.2 


62.5 


59.4 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



• 


THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 


OTTAWA 
SYSTEM 


TRENT 
SYSTEM 


RIDEAU 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Nipigon 
P.V. 


Port 
Arthur 
17,021 


THUNDER 

BAY SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Ottawa 
118,088 


Bloom- 
field 
653 


Havelock 

1,214 


$ c. 
32,717.67 


$ c. 


$ c. 

69,026.52 

63,221.52 

343,211.12 


$ c. 

69,026.52 

63,221.52 

352,409.93 


S c 

145,806.00 

415,028.81 

526,303.83 

146,593.30 

216,141.33 

210,036.02 

62,713.93 

29,978.05 

36,141.05 


$ c 


$ c. 


10,810.11 




410.00 

7,447.37 


572.90 


160,100.72 


9,198.81 


19,542.42 


45,833.98 
62,125.10 
12,853.68 


936.94 

1,283.36 

224.32 


34,671.35 
63,310.59 
34,509.52 


35,608.29 
64,593.95 
34,733.84 


859.96 

2,129.95 

622.90 


2,054.41 
4,869.43 
1,811.18 


27,642.63 
60 752.05 


22.53 


27,621.91 
348,112.93 


27,644.44 
348,112.93 


1,403.42 


4,576.33 


24,240.73 








2,420.45 














437,076.67 

6,792.13 
40 000 . 00 


11,665.96 
308.43 


983,685.46 

78,721.81 

350,365.92 

68,842.34 

35,880.36 

185,656.11 


995,351.42 

79,030.24 

350,365.92 

68,842.34 

35,880.36 

185,656.11 


1,788,742.32 

2,451.57 

103,000.00 

59,681.53 

31,051.87 

372,744.89 


12,873.60 
5,456.84 


35,847.12 

94.42 
2,500.00 


59,141.97 
8,645.21 




61.60 


210.04 












28,478.64 
734.92 






























1,152.15 


2,478.71 














580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544.19 


41,130.29 
















580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544:19 


41,130.29 


326,392.43 
7,138.18 


222.62 


55,578.91 


55,801.53 


963,214.93 

16,784.92 

A 23,094.59 


9,591.70 


26,944.28 


2,378.21 
711.50 














1.50 
















336,620.32 


9,662.61 


491,678.91 


501,341.52 


1,003,094.44 


9,591.70 


26,945.78 
















66,915.70 


455.00 


214,326.23 
7,387.56 


214,781.23 
7,387.56 


581,747.08 
35,465.94 


2,057.00 


2,423.56 










95,394.34 


455.00 


221,713.79 


222,168.79 


617,213.02 


2,057.00 


2,423.56 


78,194.04 


560.01 


200,000.00 
185,656.11 
604,103.19 


200,560.01 
185,656.11 
605,399.96 


16,785.07 
372,744.89 
347,834.76 


1,608.30 


5,955.72 


70,660.84 


1,296.77 


6,287.19 


5,805.23 


148,854.88 


1,856.78 


989,759.30 


991,616.08 


737,364.72 


7,895.49 


11.760.95 


580,869.54 


11,974.39 


1,703,152.00 


1,715,126.39 


2,357,672.18 


19,544.19 


41,130.29 


60.9 


80.7 


20.2 


20.6 


31.7 


49.1 


65 . 5 



280 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



TRENT 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality .... 


Kingston 
21,621 


Lakefield 
1,226 


Marmora 

733 


Norwood 
750 


Omemee 
472 


Population . 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
134,601.24 


$ c. 
86.89 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 


Substation equipment 




457.53 
22,626.79 


360 \? 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


115,765.66 
80,944.60 
45,624.33 
81,338.96 
13,230.56 
26,698.41 
45,479.91 
76,096.68 
42,077.11 


18,991.48 


12,104.42 


9,964.17 


Line transformers 

Meters 


2,951.78 
5,316.75 
1,798.73 


1,488.30 
2,574.08 
1,088.59 


3,644.69 
4,215.49 
1,802.02 


2,488.39 

2,317.21 

436.78 


Street lighting equipment, regular 
Street lighting equip., ornamental 


Misc. construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,337.14 


2,000.91 


3,937.86 


1,540.92 


Old plant 


3,445.25 


573.62 


2,447.51 








Total plant 


661,857.46 
64,159.13 


35,928.02 

2,474.26 

7,000.00 

470.15 


19,829.92 

7,597.53 

"3^30 


39,131.89 

5,449.98 
2,000.00 

72.77 


17,107.79 

438.27 




Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


24,393.34 
11,151.86 
67,578.83 


72.34 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equitv in H.E.P.C. systems 










Other assets 








217.71 




Rate stabilization fund 




1,549.19 
















Total assets . . 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618.40 


Deficit 
















Total 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618.40 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


240,125.23 


30,760.35 
29.28 


13,660.90 
364.87 


33,833.32 
336.17 


8,502.74 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft ^ 












10.00 


195.00 












Total liabilities 


240,125.23 


30,789.63 


14,035.77 


34,364.49 


8,502.74 




Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 












For depreciation 


51,263.79 
6,796.80 


3,871.54 


1,498.17 


3,378.74 


3 012 25 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


58,060.59 


3,871.54 


1,498.17 


3,378.74 


3,012.25 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


71,774.76 

67,578.83 

391,601.21 


2,739.65 


4,005.21 


3,266.68 


3,497.26 






Additional operating surplus 


10,020.80 


7,891 . 60 


5,862.44 


2,606.15 


Total surplus 


530,954.80 


12,760.45 


11,896.81 


9,129.12 


6,103.41 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


829,140.62 


47,421.62 


27,430.75 


46,872.35 


17,618.40 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


22.6 


64.9 


51.1 


73.3 


48.2 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



"A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1926 



Peterboro' 
21,726 


Picton 

3,128 


Wark- 

worth 

P.V. 


Wellington 

860 


Whitby 
3,015 


TRENT 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

75,069.71 

81,916.12 

164,880.03 


$ c. 

1,405.07 

1,544.69 

29,303.04 


$ c 


$ c. 

200.00 

615.00 

11,996.02 


$ c. 

3,187.94 

2,461 . 74 

37,779.79 


$ c 

214,550.85 

88,338.30 

455,419.93 

80,944.60 

158,596.45 

208,529.07 

71,742.78 

26,698.41 

129,385.42 

76,096.68 

78,491.00 


$ c 

6,111,162.54 




9,505,501.77 

18,654,240.54 

3,689,569.95 


5,018.74 


82.029,23 

78,872.12 
42,162.91 


7,846.93 

11,455.32 

4,124.52 


292.61 

1,018.52 

299.74 


2,55i.84 

3,764.02 

843.66 


6,763.98 

10,657.22 

3,521.19 


5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


57,443.02 


3,226.61 


624.19 


717.28 


5,097.83 


17,410.71 


2,680.28 


3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,340.13 


599,783.85 
18,262.05 


61,586.46 

2,752.81 

31,000.00 

2,862.14 

5,168.48 


10,871.82 
690.37 


23,165.74 

1,540.88 

5,000.00 

180.93 


70,809.82 

7,760.30 

11,000.00 

2,644.49 

238.78 


1,588,793.49 

116,676.84 
58,500.00 
55,470.93 
20,280.04 

155,511.40 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 


21,014.62 
3,720.92 


3,485.21 


3,234,816.81 
1,397,667.83 


87,932.57 






5,599,675.01 












8,046,868.53 












217.71 
12,673.31 


33,151.81 




5,806.08 


522.73 


1,164.45 




274,001.06 








730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,739,409.22 
127,885.78 
















730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,867,295.00 


489,620.00 
31,072.55 


1,931.34 
60.53 


10,713.37 


14,806.70 
5.13 


34,578.02 
4,084.08 


915,067.95 
35,952.61 


39,602,533.48 
3,118,684.78 






163,725.53 












206.50 


1,087,795.08 














520,692.55 


1,991.87 


10,713.37 


14,811.83 


38,662.10 


951,227.06 


43,972,738.87 














8.046,868.53 


54,938.30 
9,014 20 


5,213.60 


392.00 


3,292.81 


4,634.36 


135,976.12 
15,811.00 


9,360.322.27 
947.970.23 














63,952.50 


5,213.60 


392.00 


3,292.81 


4,634.36 


151,787.12 


18,355,161.03 




3,798.98 


286.63 


2,193.30 


22,034.48 


121,160.97 
155,511.40 
628,437.17 


5,493,879.83 


87,932 57 


5,599,675.01 


58,136.39 


98,171.52 


4,178.13 


10,754.06 


27,122.45 


9,445,840.26 


146,068.96 


101,970.50 


4,464.76 


12,947.36 


49,156.93 


905,109.54 


20,539,395.10 


730,714.01 


109,175.97 


15,570.13 


31,052.00 


92,453.39 


2,008,123.72 


82,867,295.00 


67.3 


1.8 


68.8 


47.7 


41.8 


42.9 


55. 5 



282 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 

cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 
surplus 



Acton , 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig. . . , 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. . 

Ancaster Twp. 

Avlmer , 

Ayr 

Baden , 

Barton Twp. . , 

Beachville. . . . 
Belle RiA-er. . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell , 

Brampton 

Brant ford 

Brant ford Twp 
Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville... 

Caledonia. 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa. . . . 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Courtright. . . . 
Dash wood. . . . 
Delaware. . . . . 
Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 

Dutton 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 



1.810 

P.V. 

478 

653 

2,809 

5,678 

2,145 

822 

P.V. 

7,627 

P.V. 

616 

1,559 

623 

622 

665 

4,859 

28,010 

7,170 

P.V. 

859 
P.V. 
P.V. 
1,390 
P.V. 

710 

14,118 

1,179 

497 

1,946 

P.V. 
P.V. 
P.V. 
P.V. 
P.V. 

572 
1,421 

P.V. 

P.V. 
5,009 

3,464 

811 

2,462 

1,079 

470 



$ c 

15,927.20 

3,321.08 

3,344.97 

8,762.97 

16,294.36 

7,383.03 

13,115.85 

3,321.73 

9,717.69 

14,518.37 

15,249.76 
3,270.52 

11,503.49 
3,382.41 
5,392.19 

7,378.02 

39,031.21 

234,980.51 

9,647.13 

3,099.84 

5,066.75 
4,286.70 
1,755.20 
5,861.16 
1,079.11 

3,744.34 

107,893.38 

6,165.70 

2,077.40 

13,344.78 

6,187.23 
2,276.53 
2,818.61 
643 . 88 
2,318.36 

4,293.27 
9,875.69 
2,268.17 
1,925.18 
32,657.17 

18,982.83 
5,874.77 

25,346.95 
6,780.37 
3,438.71 



$ c. 

3,268.55 
439 . 07 
238.62 
768.28 

5,897.05 

3,713.78 
4,510.80 
1,023.64 
665 . 63 
6,433.12 

884.93 
959.70 
3,179.69 
671.99 
761.14 

859.36 

7,039.55 

37,334.16 

5,750.52 

662.58 

1,071.40 
757.28 
120.82 
782.91 
133.06 

655.93 

40,554.19 

1,746.87 

383 . 54 

2,706.63 

805.40 
271.61 
291.62 
131.62 
515.82 



353.05 

2,937.92 

742.67 

405.13 

10,949.97 

5,143.87 
1,311.09 
3,950.84 
3,665.78 
335.59 



$ c. 
682.07 
823.02 
156.93 
2,172.19 
2,761.42 

1,626.06 
2,517.12 
1,076.821 
325.26 
8,770.22 

357.79 
719.45 
949.31 
1,755.18 
868.22 

1,263.75 

4,947.09 

42,328.60 

4,826.95 

334.71 

1,757.28 
934.27 
290.06 
511.22 
485.98 

1,671.38 

23,144.40 

1,210.77 

550.45 

3,568.16 

577.11 
843.05 
233.24 
260.21 
274.60 

690.16 

1,340.63 

294.77 

559.82 

3,358.75 

5,619.37 
646.58 

1,392.61 
886.98 
660.02 



$ c 

19,877.82 

4,583.17 

3,740.52 

11,703.44 

24,952.83 

12,722.87 
20,143.77 
5,422.19 
10,708.58 
29,721.71 

16,492.48 
4,949.67 

15,632.49 
5,809.58 
7,021.55 

9,501.13 

51,017.85 

314,643.27 

20,224.60 

4,097.13 

7,895.43 
5,978.25 
2,166.08 
7,155.29 
1,698.15 

6,071.65 

171,591.97 

9,123.34 

3,011.39 

19,619.57 

7,569.74 
3,391.19 
3,343.47 
1,035.71 
3,108.78 



5,336. 
14,154. 

3,305. 

2,890. 
46,965. 



29,746.07 

7,832.44 

30,690.40 

11,333.13 

4,434.32 



$ c. 

25,292.64 

5,832.55 

5,186.87 

10,021.61 

30,343.40 

15,018.62 
23,734.95 
6,128.64 
12,237.19 
32,559.88 

18,084.00 

6,598.05 

18,546.04 

7,287.44 
8,130.38 

12,804.76 

57,013.46 

320,595.79 

24,936.95 

5,990.45 

9,971.07 
7,503.96 
2,424.40 
10,283.83 
1,846.76 

7,208.42 

207,228.15 

12,468.35 

4,498.43 
22,551.02 

8,952.05 
3,807.68 
4,044.82 
1,564.01 
4,123.01 

7,388.17 

14,700.77 

3,636.61 

3,276.42 

51,752.54 

34,708.22 

9,268.75 

32,519.39 

12,119.09 

5,735.69 



$ c. 
5,414.82 
1,249.38 
1,446.35 



5,390.57 

2,295.75 
3,591.18 
706.45 
1,528.61 
2,838.17 

1,591.52 
1,648.38 
2,913.55 
1,477.86 
1,108.83 

3,303.63 
5,995.61 

5,952.52 
4,712.35 
1,893.32 

2,075.64 
1,525.71 

258.32 
3,128.54 

148.61 

1,136.77 
35,636.18 
3,345.01 
1,487.04 
2,931.45 

1,382.31 
416.49 
701.35 
528.30 

1,014.23 

2,051.69 
546.53 
331.00 
386.29 

4,786.65 

4,962.15 
1,436.31 
1,828.99 
785.96 
1,301.37 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



"B" 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



SYSTEM 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 
surplus 


Net 
deficit 


Number of 


consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'l 
light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




934. OC 
235.00 
370.00 
489.00 
1,022.00 

905.00 
852.00 
459.00 
260.00 
2,082.00 

450.00 
354.00 
900.00 
284.00 
226.00 

488.00 

1,358.00 

16,189.00 

1,680.00 

254.00 

413.00 
354 . 00 
138.00 
450 . 00 
77.00 

423.00 

9,702.00 

542.00 

170.00 

1,397.00 

302.00 
148.00 
123.00 
109.00 
297.00 

349.00 
694.00 
188 00 
175.00 
2,749.00 

2,119.00 
434.00 

1,381.00 
752.00 
135.00 


4,480.82 
1,014.38 
1,076.35 




436 
118 
121 
150 

585 

558 
532 
172 
112 
1,071 

100 
141 
433 
107 

132 

163 

1,246 

5,762 

610 

102 

157 
174 

50 
180 

35 

64 

3,649 

248 

69 

467 

86 
60 
60 
42 
126 

140 

321 

81 

32 

1,026 

456 
190 
475 
260 
90 


67 
15 
33 
52 
124 

38 

131 

46 

25 
72 

29 

26 
98 
42 
37 

48 
220 
654 

40 

38 

50 
36 
14 
71 
7 

43 

657 

31 

35 

126 

49 
18 
25 
13 
18 

49 

116 

22 

20 

145 

181 
72 

114 
72 
38 


17 
2 
2 
5 

26 

4 

11 

4 

5 
5 

5 

4 

15 

2 
7 

13 
49 
99 

5 
3 

1 
4 
1 
9 

3 

117 

5 

1 

13 

3 

"3 

"3 

4 

13 

2 

4 

47 

23 

7 

21 

3 

4 


520 
135 
156 
207 
735 

600 
674 
222 
142 
1,148 

134 
171 
546 
151 
176 

224 

1,515 

6,515 

655 

143 

208 
214 

65 
260 

42 

110 
4,423 
284 
105 
606 

138 
78 
88 
55 

147 

193 

450 

105 

56 

1,218 

660 
269 
610 
335 
132 


28.7 

"32.6" 
31.7 
26.2 

"3LA" 

27. 

"H'.j" 
35. 
24.2 
28.3 

33.7 
31.2 

23.2 

24.2 

"19!" 

15.5 
31.3 
24.1 
21.1 
31.1 

33.7 
31.7 

"24.3' 

19.1 

33.2 

24.8 

31. 

28.1 


534 . 5 






103.2 






99.8 


[1,681.83 


2,170.83 


76.4 




4,368.57 

1,390.75 
2,739.18 

247 . 45 
1,268.61 

756.17" 

1,141.52 
1,294.38 
2,013.55 
1,193.86 
882.83 

2,815.63 
4,637.61 


459.7 






289.5 
455.7 
166.6 
339.1 







559.9 

481.9 
112.6 






298.6 






61.3 






118.0 






188.2 






1,470.7 




10,236.48 


8,829.1 




3,032.35 
1,639.32 

1,662.64 

1,171.71 

120.32 

2,678.54 

71.61 

713.77 

25,934.18 

2,803.01 

1,317.04 

1,534.45 

1,080.31 
268.49 
578.35 
419.30 
717.23 

1,702.69 


358.9 






32.1 






105.9 







117.9 
24.0 






231.7 






16.3 






106.3 






4,239.4 






308.3 






43.5 
328.4 






107.2 






33.5 






73.0 






18.7 






79.0 






80.4 




147.47 


342.5 




143.00 

211.29 

2,037.65 

2,843.15 

1,002.31 

447.99 

33.96 

1,166.37 


64.3 






40.9 






1,530.1 






599.2 






189.0 






857.9 






252.0 






61.1 









284 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 

power 

purchase! 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 

cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 
surplus 



Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp 
Exeter 



Fergus. . . . 
Fonthillf., 
Ford City. 
Forest. . . . 
Gait 



Georgetown. . . 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 



Hagersville . 
Hamilton. . . 
Harriston . . 
Harrow. . . . 
Hensall .... 



Hespeler. . . . 
Highgate. . . . 
Humberstone, 
Ingersoll .... 
Jarvis 



Kingsville. . . 
Kitchener. . . 
Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington. . 

Listowel 

London 

London Twp. 
Louth Twp. . 
Lucan 



Lynden . . 
Markham 
Merlin. . . 
Merritton 
Milton. . . 



Milverton. . . 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 



196 

27 

1,636 

13,504 

1,583 

1,747 

723 

9,204 

1,427 

12,686 

2,071 

821 

4,227 

P.V. 

19,219 

1,193 

122,238 

1,225 

P.V 

804 

2,838 

396 

1,917 

4,983 
459 

2,304 

24,805 

P.V 

587 
4,351 

2,477 

63,339 

7,392 

2,515 

570 

P.V. 
968 

P.V. 
2.570 
1,950 

1,017 
5,231 
1,731 

P.V. 

P.V. 



$ c. 

1,686.62 

997.11 

7,494.98 

44,206.61 

11,904.37 

12,654.39 

1,167.80 

79,649.12 

9,455.30 

144,584.5.5 

22,805.80 
6,145.72 

34,020.03 
2,550.69 

157,088.23 

20,313.1-9 

735,895.16 
9,626.64 
5,251.10 
4,024.60 



21,989. 

3,838. 

6,692. 
46,265, 

4,938, 



12,473.64 

321,564.30 

2,577.12 

4,193.03 

18,212.55 

19,492.88 

542,822.33 

4,762.33 

641.28 

5,486.39 

5,120.57 

5,411.87 

5,153.20 

14,559.24 

30,819.30 

14,781.93 

35,291.82 

10,725.76 

2,692.56 

1,846.37 



$ c. 
250.10 
230. €6 

3,553,03 
20,497.22 

3,075.06 

4,558.08 

310.48 

15,396.21 

4,317.21 
26,1:87.66 

5,951.09 

1,675.30 

9,743.28 

220.44 

32,588.33 

3,509.27 

182,765.58 

1,650.62 

1,066.95 

716.62 

6,074.01 

446.20 

1,472.89 

9,741.87 

560.39 



5,891, 

70,103. 

195. 

1,260. 

9,225 



3,820.85 

128,757.65 

900.79 

477.79 

1,553.23 

311.43 
2,336.27 

526.31 
5,605.48 
5,031.25 

1,273.17 

11,220.85 

4,456.18 

148.13 

347.10 



$ c. 

606 . 74 

297.25 

1,548.67 

16,326.25 

1,422.35 

2,953.21 

409.86 

10,286.81 

2,449.66 
44,236.93 

1,452.98 
1,506.23 
4,911.43 
255.80 
8,348.90 

563.01 

195,536.57 

1,589.49 

1,029.36 

862.43 

3,693.31 
325.26 

3,343.75 

4,994.35 

882.30 

2,433.74 

35,867.78 

293.37 

1,377.25 
. 4,184.86 

3,897.61 

126,182.24 

1,490.97 

524.67 

849.82 

288.14 
1,173.97 
1,176.99 

909.19 



3,078.10 

834.74 
7,980.82 
940.72 
343.10 
291.55 



$ c 

2,543.46 

1,524.42 

12,596.68 

81,030.08 

16,401.78 

20,165.68 

1,888.14 
105,332.14 

1,622.17 
215,009.14 

30,209.87 

9,327.25 

48,674.74 

3,026.93 

198,025.46 

24,385.47 

1114197.31 

12,866.75 

7,347.41 

5,603.65 

31,756.53 

4,609.62 

11,509.49 

61,001.91 

6,381.51 

20,798.49 

427,535.65 

3,066.14 

6,831.13 

31,622.87 

27,211.34 

797,762.22 

7,154.09 

1,643.74 

7,889.44! 



5,720 

8,922. 

6,856. 

21,073. 

38.928. 



16,889.84 

54,493 . 49 

16,122.66 

3,183.79 

2,485.02 



$ c. 

3,438.52 

1,603.40 

18,523.77 

100,197.56 

20,630.31 

20,333.11 

2,497.23 

130,784.97 

20,167.70 

239,480.46 

32,968.32 

11,689,75 

53,329.84 

3,959.00 

243,054.22 

28,249.65 

1160123.90 

14,338.36 

10,203.63 

8,332.64 

38,201.89 

5,332.48 
13,195.51 
70,416.95 

8.408.01 

30,294.57 

469,885.45 

4,325.97 

11,032.36 

42,834.30 

30,851.85 

921,006.49 

9,077.97 

2,590.71 

8,662 . 67 

6,024.64 
10,549.16 

8,468.95 
23.859.46 
45,360.49 

18.720.59 

61.852.50 

21.170.48 

3.577.97 

4.147.96 



$ c. 

895.06 

78.98 

5,927.09 

19,167.48 

4,228.53 

167.43 
609.09 

25,452.83 

3,945.53 

24,471.32 

2,758.45 

2,362.50 

4,655.10 

932.07 

45,028.76 

3,864.18 

45,926.59 

1,471.61 

2,856.22 
2,728.99 

6,445.36 
722.86 
1,686.02 
9.415.04 
2.026.50 

9,496.08 

42,349.80 

1,259.83 

4,201.23 

11,211.43 

3,640.51 

123,244.27 

1.923.88 

946.97 

773.23 

304.50 
1,627.05 
1,612.45 

2,785.55 
6.431.84 

1,830.75 

7,359.01 

5,047.82 

394.18 

. 1,662.94 



*Erieau and Erie Beach include summer consumers. 

fSix months operation only. JTotal includes 37 rural' consumers. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



■ 'B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



SYSTEM— Continued 



Gross 
deficit 



Deprecia- 
tion 



Net 

surplus 



Net 

deficit 



Number of consumers 



Dom. 
service 



Com'i 
light 



Po- 
wer 



Total 



Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 



Horse- 
power 
taken in 
Dec, 
1926 



156.00 

53.00 

928.00 

7,044.00 

895 . 00 

1,023.00 



3,971.00 
990.00 

15,447.11 

563 . Q0 

613.00 

1,355.00 

166.00 

10,911.00 

703.00 
44,894.32 
669.00 
458.00 
418.00 

1,669.00 
227 . 00 
634.00 

3,273.00 
260.00 

951. 0C 

20,399.00 

224.00 

370.00 

1,690.00 

1,635.00 

70,224.27 

395.00 

236.87 

450.00 

189.00 
457.00 
253.00 
916.00 
1,198.00 

535.00 

3,383.00 

1,345.00 

137.00 

206.00 



739.06 

25.98 

4,999.09 

12,123.48 

3,333.53 



609.09 

21,481.83 

2,955.53 

9,024.21 

2,195.45 

1,749.50 

3,300.10 

766.07 

34,117.76 

3,161.18 
1,032.27 
802.61 
2,398.22 
2,310.99 

4,776.36 
495 . 86 
1,052.02 
6,142.04 
1,766.50 

8,545.08 
21,950.80 
1,035.83 
3,831.23 
9,521.43 

2,005.51 

53,020.00 

1,528. 

710.10 

323.23 

115.50 
1,170.05 
1,359.45 
1,869.55 
5,233.84 

1,295.75 
3,976.01 
3,702.82 
257.18 
1,456.94 



855.57 



93 
46 

369 
3,107 

400 

471 

186 

2,415 

429 

3,244 

608 
211 

1,057 
79 

4,513 

252 
26,537 
274 
168 
148 

609 

87 

367 

1,265 

64 

629 

5,518 

97 

131 
1,114 

642 

15,835 

239 

63 

.164 

77 
230 

99 
595 
425 

185 

1,423 

417 

45 

111 



4 

2 
116 
225 
115 

98 

26 

225 

121 

506 

119 
69 

196 
22 

641 



2,799 
94 
60 
44 

110 
35 
60 

248 
33 

134 

793 

20 

19 

205 

145 

2,074 

4 



41 

19 
52 
34 
55 
94 

66 

118 

108 

26 

27 



13 

20 

9 

16 

3 

32 

22 

126 

25 
3 

18 

1 

118 

12 

755 

11 

6 

10 

19 
5 
4 

51 
3 

18 

227 

1 



21 

19 

483 

2 



1 

8 

3 

4 

24 

8 

16 

21 

2 

4 



97 

48 

498 

3,352 

524 

585 
215 

2,672 
572 

3,876 

752 

283 

1,271 

102 

5,272 

352 
30,091 
379 
234 
202 

J775 
127 
431 

1,564 
100 

781 

6,538 

118 

150 

1,340 

806 

18,392 

245 

63 

214 

97 
290 
136 
654 
543 

259 

1,557 

546 

73 

142 



30.4 



.33.1 

33.5 

29.7 

29 

40.1 

30.6 

36.3 
34.5 
30.1 



27.4 

29.5 
24.6 
30.9 



25.1 

27.3 
32.1 
22.5 
31.4 
21.8 

33.9 
26.4 



25.6 
30.8 

32.5 
29 



36.3 



30 

is.'i 

27.8 

25.5 
29.8 
31.5 



26.8 

6.7 

252.0 

1,875.3 

313.6 

496.0 

100.5 

2,954.4 

217.1 

5,587.3 

652.7 

134.0 

957.4 

42.3 

6,709.1 

456.9 
34,339.0 
234.6 
120.6 
105.2 

853.9 
107.2 
297.6 
2,153.4 
155.5 

388.7 

12,371.6 

95.9 

122.0 

568.3 

630.1 

24,810.0 

159.1 

25.0 

160.0 

151.8 
118.7 
99.2 
758.1 
998.6 

536.2 

1,567.0 

356.5 

22.2 

46.8 



286 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



NIAGARA 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 

cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 
surplus 



Newbury 

New Hamburg 
New Toronto. 
Niagara Falls. 
Niagara-on-the 
Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs. . . 

Otterville 

Palmerston . . . 
Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. 
Port Colborne. . 

Port Credit.. . . 
Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover. . . . 
Port Stanley . . . 
Preston 



Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 



Rock wood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach. 
St. George 



St. Jacobs . . 
St. Marys . . 
St. Thomas., 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 



Scarboro Twp 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp . 



StoufTville, 
Stratford . . 
Strathroy . 
Sutton 
Tavistock . 



285 

1,429 

4,283 

16,819 

1,577 

1,317 

471 

P.V. 

1,542 
4,167 

1,019 
2,648 
P.V 
1,143 
4,664 

1,247 
1,468 
1,675 
709 
5,666 

P.V. 
P.V. 

1,207 
1,914 
3,334 

P.V. 

706 
21,810 

141 
P.V. 

P.V. 
4,007 

17,152 

7,035 

15,588 

15,340 

1,860 

4,344 

417 

5,680 

1,086 

18,888 

2,587 

880 

1,013 



$ c 

1,365.50 

13,611.49 

107,450.22 

141,257.08 

8,356.01 

8,069.91 

9,418.33 

2,961.39 

13,467.97 

32,539.02 

6,383.53 
32,592.32 

2,841.37 
24,591.05 
29,505.17 

9,235.84 
8,443.73 
7,796.27 
9,726.61 
70,237.99 



1,991 

2,351 

6,723 

11,785, 

22,825, 



3,065.44 
4,001.15 
136,159.20 
2,291.53 
1,978.03 

4,720.26 
37,339 70 

117,913.21 
76,567.85 

165,172.72 

49,579.00 

14,659.24 

22,635.83 

3,917.39 

18,552.06 

5,113.22 

163,019.40 

21,776.63 

4,983.51 

13,068.63 



$ c 

248.72 

3,057.65 

13,399.03 

38,783.32 

4,335.23 

3,523.90 
3,152.35 
420.11 
2,405.64 
7,471.15 

696.07 

7,952.43 

290.72 

989.47 

8,006.63 

1,594.43 
2,852.49 
1,3^8.64 
3,279.23 
13,993.36 

273.38 

466.37 

2,198.16 

4,483.21 

8,852.26 

638.47 
853.23 
44,412.62 
583.73 
697.60 

375.73 

7,424.65 

43,363.93 

12,600.82 

35,336.21 

20,770.02 
4,151.55 
6,578.66 

554.84 
11,155.97 

1,113.26 
30,601.06 
5,691.56 
1,058.58 
1,494.65 



$ c 

768.87 

1,170.92 

546.27 

43,868.09 

2,038.86 

618.82 
1,492.59 

394.68 
1,194.86 
3,451.95 

1,232.97 
3,715.96 
377.59 
1,482 12 
9,573.90 

665.73 
1,835.95 
2,829.74 
1,232.82 
8,499.42 

232.81 

804.11 

934.76 

1,775.35 

5,929.06 



584.84 

16,323.89 

466.13 

419.58 

479.14 

4,837.13 

9,192.42 

10,086.28 

29,152.90 

17,115.10 

1,695.75 

3,397.66 

801.96 

9,265.66 

1,907.50 

31,797.36 

3,540.07 

2,237.24 

390.30 



$ c. 

2,383.09 

17,840.06 

121,395.52 

223,908.49 

14,730.10 

12,212.63 
14,063.27 
3,776.18 
17,068.47 
43,462.12 

8,312.57 
44,260.71 

3,509.68 
27,062.64 
47,085.70 

11,496.00 
13,132.17 
11,944.65 
14,238.66 
92,730.77 

2,497.52 

3,622.01 

9,855.96 

18,044.42 

37,606.79 

3,703.91 
5,439.22 
196,895.71 
3,341.39 
3,095.21 

5,575.13 
49,601.48 

170,469.56 
99,254.95 

229,661.83 

87,464.12 
20,506.54 
32,612.15 
5,274.19 
38,973.69 



8,133 

225,417, 

31,008. 

8,279 
14,953 



2,797.34 

19,916.68 

141.395.47 

263,751.56 

15,886.94 

15,997.69 
14,088.55 
4,541.82 
20,153.95 
47,912.50 

8,898.66 
50,611.20 

3,750.96 
28,088.52 
51,611.10 

14,367.17 
15,934.96 
14,607.29 
17,116.22 
105,234.71 



3,071. 

3,544. 
12,728. 
21,021. 
48,534. 



4,312.35 
7,200.18 
219,102.33 
4,021.69 
5,011.05 

7,034.25 

56,373.53 

195,381.88 

114,554.80 

250,824.26 

101,521.10 

22,867.61 

38,307.86 

6,596.40 

46,182.97 

10,161.66 
263,030.16 
36,491.24 
10,197.18 
16,906.35 



$ c. 

414.25 

2,076.62 

19,999.95 

39,843.07 

1,156.84 

3,785.06 

25.28 

765.64 

3,085.48 

4,450.38 

586.09 

6,350.49 

241.28 

1,025.88 
4,525.40 

2,871.17 
2,802.79 
2,662.64 
2,877.56 
12,503.94 

573.84 



2,872.84 

2,976.79 

10,927.83 

608.44 

1,760.96 

22,206.62 

680.30 
1,915.84 

1,459.12 

6,772.05 

24,912.32 

15,299.85 

21,162.43 

14,056.98 
2,361.07 
5,695.71 
1,322.21 
7,209.28 

2,027.68 
37,612.34 
5,482.98 
1,917.85 
1,952.77 



*Port Stanley includes summer consumers. 
+Total includes 5 rural consumers. 



fTotal includes 4 rural consumers. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



"B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 

surplus 


Net 

deficit 


Number of 


consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'l 

light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




199.00 

961.00 

2,857.00 

15,149.00 

705.00 

548.00 
522.00 
260.00 
822.00 
3,703.00 

522.00 

2,061.00 

71.00 

635 . 00 
2,509.00 

835 . 00 
600.00 
816.00 
815.00 
5,820.00 

142.00 
217.00 
265.00 
972.00 
2,010.00 

150.00 
330.00 
11,447.00 
178.00 
234.00 

230.00 
1,366.00 

10,928.00 
3,345.00 

13,255.00 

6,139.04 
1,605.00 
1,658.00 
243 . 00 
3,057.00 

328.00 

14,457.00 

2,320.00 

537.00 

486.00 


215.25 

1,115.62 

17,142.95 

24,694.07 

451.84 

3,237.06 




55 

310 

1,002 

3,955 

380 

356 

64 

111 

357 

1,039 

206 

618 

87 

275 

1,098 

327 
537 
284 
568 
1,443 

78 

64 

301 

477 

842 

129 

177 

5,198 

40 

117 

84 

976 

3,916 

2,301 

4,187 

3,050 

552 

638 

84 

1,089 

226 
4,127 
718 
293 
219 


25 

84 

104 

612 

68 

90 
29 
28 
93 
182 

65 

183 

27 

42 

204 

78 

30 

103 

72 
212 

17 

5 

46 

127 

45 

33 

70 

513 

2 

32 

25 
191 
645 
148 
571 

186 

121 

227 

24 

63 

77 

564 

166 

42 

67 


1 
13 
22 

87 

7 

9 

36 

4 

8 

22 

3 
67 

2 
11 
16 

4 
13 
10 
11 
50 

1 

1 

11 

21 

7 

4 

4 

118 

2 
4 

6 

39 

116 

23 

74 

27 
12 
31 
4 
15 

5 
141 

26 
1 

5 


81 

407 

1,128 

4,654 

455 

455 
129 
143 
458 

1,243 

274 
868 
116 
328 
1,318 

f413 

580 

397 

651 

1,705 

96 

70 

J363 

625 

894 

166 

251 

5,829 

44 

153 

115 
1,206 
4,677 
2,472 
4,832 

3,263 
685 
896 
112 

1,167 

308 
4,832 
910 
336 
291 


28.4 
28.5 
26.3 

27.7 

28.8 

34.5 
27.4 

"29 .v. 

29.8 

26.9 
32.8 

"28.y 

28.3 

33.1 

39.5 

23.7 
* 

30.1 

"io.l" 
32.7 
26.8 

"35.'5" 
26.7 

31.2 

"36.' i" 

27.3 
35.1 
31. 

"36.y 

20.6 
26.9 

28.4 
25.6 
35.2 
38.2 
28.7 


29 5 






398 1 






4,202.4 
8,539.0 

277.5 

^39 3 
















496.72 


274 8 




505 . 64 
2,263.48 

-747.38 

64.09 

4,289.49 

170.28 

390.88 

2,016.40 

2,036.17 
2,202.79 
1,846.64 
2,062.56 
6,683.94 

431.84 


93 1 






404 8 






1 153 2 






f>5 4 






895 2 






51 






580 5 






1,277.5 
391 4 






327 1 






207 7 






121 3 






2 677 2 






32 8 


77.68 


294.68 


74 4 




2,607.84 
2,004.79 
8,917.83 

458.44 

1,430.96 

10,759.62 

502.30 
1,681.84 

1,229.12 

5,406.05 

13,984.32 

11,954.85 

7,907.43 

7,917.94 
756.07 
4,037.71 
1,079.21 
4,152.28 

1,699.68 
23,155.34 
3,162.98 
1,380.85 
1,466.77 


?08 5 






406 1 






912.8 

67 9 






101 9 






7 018 






63 






92 5 






136.8 
1,105.9 
4,884.0 
3,089.8 
5,736.0 

1 733 






















523 5 






908 5 






65 






1 245 9 






116 9 






5 490 4 






761 4 






77 7 






434.3 



28$ 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 

NIAGARA 



Municipality 


Popu- 
lation 


Cost of 
power 

purchased 


Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 


Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 


Total 

cost of 

operation 


Revenue 


Gross 
surplus 


Tecumseh 

Thamesford.. . . 
Thamesville. . . . 
Thedford 


1,710 

P.V. 

815 

516 

P.V. 


$ c. 
6,434.88 
4,503.02 
5,117.68 
3,995.49 
2,763.27 


$ c. 
4,165.53 
482 . 94 
870.27 
416.86 
220.09 


$ c. 

2,508.01 
478.52 
830.11 

1,438.55 
163.99 


$ c. 
13,108.42 
5,464.48 
6,818.06 
5,850 90 
3,147.35 


$ c 
17,280.90 
7,352.38 
9,990.00 
5,768.09 
3,910.55 


$ c. 
4,172.48 
1,887.90 
3,171.94 


Thorndale 


763 . 2Q 


Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg .... 

Toronto 

Toronto Twp . . 


5,812 
1,939 
3,147 
542,187 
7,438 


18,520.22 
13,266.22 
20,588.11 
4503529.67 
24,108.26 


9,498.06 

2,341.90 

7,604.24 

2314989.41 

12,533.76 


718.96 

1,144.35 

2,027.42 

1885732.58 

6,960.73 


28,737.24 
16,752.47 
30,219.77 
8704251.66 
43,602.75 


36,636.35 
23,246.89 
38,157.65 
9231617.25 
55,914.77 


7,899.11 

6,494.42 

7,937.88 

527,365.59 

12,312.02 


Trafalgar Twp . 
Walkerville. . . . 
Wallaceburg . . . 

Wardsville 

Waterdown .... 


3,832 

8,558 

4,119 

187 

866 


5,107.00 

125,873.05 

54,184.74 

1,244.22 

6,958.50 


3,248.63 

42,299.53 

11,140.96 

234.94 

1,798.59 


1,673.59 

17,482.27 

4,655.91 

674.80 

1,419.42 


10,029.22 

185,654.85 

69,981.61 

2,153.96 

10,176.51 


11,347.18 

239,471.10 

82,383.99 

2,245.21 

13,850.42 


1,317.96 

53,816.25 

12,402.38 

91.25 

3,673.91 


Waterford 


1,109 
6,596 
1,010 
8,942 
P.V. 


8,584.73 
70,322.85 

7,507.69 
68,286.74 

5,235.13 


1,349.27 
15,237.91 

2,420.62 

25,435.97 

453.05 




9,934.00 

93,851.76 

10,765.10 

118,810.98 

6,342 . 06 


12,576.24 
105,881.91 

12,283.64 

138,936.38 

6,480.87 


2,642.24 


Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 


8,291.00 

836.79 

25,088.27 

653.88 


12,030.15 

1,518.54 

20,125.40 

138.81 


West Lome .... 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor ....... 

Woodbridge .... 


821 

3,882 

665 

52,638 

758 


11,812.24 
59,034.12 

3,365.70 
583,961.05 

6,224.69 


986.53 

12,034.31 

597.02 

179,888.27 

1,334.29 


604.39 

5,257.31 

991.05 

109,302.52 

643.99 


13,403.16 
76,325.74 

4,953.77 
873,151.84 

8,202.97 


13,669.02 

89,487.08 

7,946.62 

996,566.12 

8,679.36 


265.86 

13,161.34 

2,992.85 

123,414.28 

476.39 


Woodstock .... 

Wyoming 

York Twp.* 

East York Twp. 

N. York Twp . . 


10,114 

460 

47,233 

20,859 

8,327 


92,950.30 

2,367.28 

140,586.08 

84,413.49 

15,438.42 


21,866.18 

438.18 

145,035.27 

34,559.73 

8,222.74 


6,451.15 

895.49 

132,374.79 

27,955.27 

9,516.26 


121,267.63 

3,700.95 

417,996.14 

146,928.49 

33,177.42 


140,813.75 

4,341.04 

439,136.50 

168,702.06 

44,196.25 


19,546.12 
640.09 
21,140.36 
21,773.57 
11,018.83 


Zurich 


P.V. 


5,171.56 


498.50 


390.00 


6,060.06 


7,073.81 


1,013.75 


Total 


1366722 


10572978.21 


3981492.48 


3132497.04 


17686967.73 


19461266.84 


1776141.43 



GEORGIAN 



Alliston . . . 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton . 
Beeton 



Bradford 

Brechin , 

Cannington . . 
Chatsworth . . . 
Chesley 



1,289 

1,153 

7,429 

988 

569 

974 

P.V. 

910 

285 

1,701 



$ c 
9,804.90 
7,523.21 
42,496.13 
5,829.66 
7,054.31 

8,899.09 
2,255.58 
4,308.63 
1,609.95 
12,866.61 



$ c. 
2,011.15 
1,253.34 
9,839.68 
1,299.79 
568.28 

765.26 
269.82 

1,629.02 
254.48 

1,892.78 



$ c. 
3,253.15 
2,118.24 
4,116.90 
858.33 
1,291.77 

1,789.50 
483.98 

1,079.80 
497 . 64 

2,336.57 



$ 

15,069. 

10,894. 

56,452. 

7,987, 



8,914.36 

11,453.85 
3,009.38 
7,017.45 
2,362.07 

17,095.96 



$ c. 
15,753.65 
14,023.74 
66,002.33 
11,641.08 
9,432.31 

13,685.39 
3,927.84 
8,944.10 
2,414.33 

20,968.20 



$ c. 

684.45 
3,128.95 
9,549.62 
3,653.30 

517.95 

2,231.54 

918.46 

1,926.65 

52.26 

3,872.24 



*For year ending December 31, 1^25. 
fTotal includes 46 rural consumers. 



Consumers inc\uded with Toronto. 






927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



"B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



SYSTEM— Con t inu ed 



Gross 
deficit 


1 

Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 
surplus 


Net 
deficit 


Number of consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 
to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 
taken in 
Dec, 

1926 


Dora. 
service 


Corn'l 
light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 




789.00 
132.00 
505.00 
250.00 
163.00 

1 2,135.00 

614.00 

2,320.00 

515,957.12 
4,869.00 

717.00 

10,189.00 

2,886.00 

148-. 00 

231.00 

676.00 
6,343.00 

532.00 
8,826.44 

217.00 

470.00 

4,013.00 

288.00 

35,245.00 

611.00 

7,978.00 

274.00 

11,306.00 

6,828.00 

3,238.00 

275.00 


3,383.48 
1,755,90 
2,666.94 




386 
103 
200 
117 

68 

1,164 

285 

755 

122,709 

1,264 

179 

2„218 

892 

50 

196 

287 
1,555 

251 
2,098 

102 

170 

1,017 

140 

13,464 

189 

2,538 
112 


; 48 

27 

' 82 

; 36 

22 

184 
105 
204 
22,854 
112 

2 

, 298 

195 

14 

32 

64 
196 

77 

382 

30 

55 

145 

58 

1,703 

45 

427 
43 


1 
5 
8 
3 
1 

10 

* 14 

26 

4,533 

15 

12 

88 

27 

13 
68 

6 
SI 

4 

6 

27 

352 
6 

90 

2 


435 
135 
290 
156 
91 

1,358 

404 

9-85 

150,096 

1,391 

193 

2,604 

1,114 

64 

233 

364 
1,819 

334 
2,561 

136 

231 

1,189 

199 

15,519 

240 

3,055 

157 


25.4 

"35,6" 
30.2 

23.4 

20.8 

i 31.3 

| 27.7 


176.9 






131 3 


82.81 


'"332." 81 


170.2 

45 5 




600. 20 

5,764.11 
5,880.42 
5,617.88 
11,408.47 
7,443.02 

600.96 

43,627.25 
9,516.38 


34 3 






901.4 






393 2 






801.6 






220,675.6 
796 2 














"""56i75 


30.4 
'• 27. 
34.2 
26,9 

32.8 

■ 27.6 

33.1 

28.6 

28. 1 

30.6 

30. 

29.5 

31.7 

30.2 
, 34.1 


4,868.8 

2,171.5 

22 1 




3,442.91 

1,966.24 

5,687.15 

986.54 

11,298,96 


177.3 
343.1 






2,617.9 

144 7 










3,256.0 

128.7 

290 9 





78.19 
204.14 

' 134.61 




9-, 148. 34 
2,704.85 

88,169.28 


: 2,273.1 
10O.5 

24,885.0 
139 5 




11,568.12 
366.09 

9,834.36 
14,945.57 

7,780.83 

738.75 


3,851.3 
49.0 











5,915 

1,021 

100 


129 

76 

45 


22 
8 

4 


6,066 
1,105 

149 


'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


2,725.8 
612.1 

120.6 







1,842.32 


1,001,261.17 


788,046.19 


15,008.25 


298,727 


47,975 


! 9,259 


t3560O7 




458.282.4 



BAY SYSTEM 



965.00 
730.00 
4,744.00 
746.00 
445.00 

564.00 
101.00 
466.001 
181.00 
901.00 



2,398.95 

4,805.62 

2,907.30 

72.95 

1,667.54 

817.46 

1,460.65 



2,971.24 



280.55 



128.74 



324 
149f 
1,702 
336 
108 

170 
39 

211 
59 

367 



94 

76 

305 

59 

34 

54 
27 
67 
27 
102 



432 
228 
2,038 
406 
146 

230 

69 

290 

87 
485 



33.5 
19.7 
27.4 
41.0 

25.7 

23.6 



31.8 
30.5 
28.5 



174.9 
91.1 

1,712.6 
175.6 
123.8 

144.7 
45.5 

131.3 
37.5 

382.0 



11 H. 



290 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



GEORGIAN 



Municipality 



Popu- 
lation 



Cost of 
power 

purchased 



Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 



Debenture 
charges 

and 
interest 



Total 
cost of 

operation 



Revenue 



Gross 

surplus 



Coldwater. . 
Collingwood . . 
Cookstown . . . 

Creemore 

Dundalk 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elm wood .... 
Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 
Hanover. . . . 

Holstein 

Huntsville . . . 
Kincardine. . 



Kirkfield . 
Lucknow . 
Markdale 
Meaford . 
Midland . 



Mount Forest . 

Neustadt 

Orangeville . . . 
Owen Sound . . 
Paisley 



Penetanguishene 
Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 



Shelburne . . . 

Stayner 

Sunderland . . 

Tara 

Teeswater . . . 

Thornton 

Tottenham . . 
Uxbridge .... 
Victoria Harbor 
Waubaushene . 



Wingham . 
Woodville , 

Total 



608 

6,259 

P.V. 

650 

713 

1,627 

P.V. 

P.V. 

461 

653 

1,723 
2,881 
P.V. 
2,717 
2,067 

P.V. 

982 

876 

2,576 

8,060 

1,779 

476 

2,649 

12,231 

775 

3,936 
630 

1,153 

P.V 

454 

1,134 

967 

P.V. 

480 

862 

P.V 
544 
1,452 
1,425 
P.V. 

2,421 
444 



86,963 



$ c 
3,728.36 
43,942.24 
2,373.88 
4,354.99 
4,274.63 



12,505. 
6,219. 
2,049. 
2,660. 
4,632. 



8,969.72 
25,434.14 

1,314.28 
26,516.54 
15,860.39 

1,316.09 
7,760.09 
3,486.08 
9,350.50 
87,234.49 

10,286.45 

4,512.08 

13,606.15 

52,828.16 

4,653.92 

16,288.70 

2,048.11 

6,535.35 

792.36 

3,880.79 

8,045 . 86 
5,440.45 
2,691.54 
4,667.38 
8,485.68 

1,660.02 
4,564.60 
6,688.80 
2,569.93 
1,454.14 

17,602.76 
2,359.69 



558,294.76 



$ c. 
820.54 

6,779.53 
450.63 
499.54 

1,155.82 

2,319.38 

1,092.22 

294.62 

368.79 

571.88 



3,841. 
4,517. 
235. 
4,209. 
3,461. 



319.11 

872.24 

800.78 

3,734.61 

14,808.88 

2,366.73 

497.35 

2,540.57 

20,926.20 

552.54 

6,645.05 
420.02 

1,061.33 

50.95 

365.23 

1,136.59 

1,132.08 

607.58 

651.91 

582.37 

107.10 
640.92 
1,338.99 
504.06 
378.11 

5,753.90 
603.14 



119,800.40 



$ c. 

499.87 

3,302.92 

1,274.58 

589.80 

418.35 

2,629.08 
524.54 
632.22 
641.58 
959.03 

3,888.77 
7,654.68 
, 436.39 
1,957.99 
5,320.91 

588.74 
1,658.52 

653 . 84 
3,625.14 
8,698.50 

2,001.32 

1,687.45 
2,984.71 
5,723.29 
1,338.87 

2,879.88 
664.41 

1,712.87 
715.39 

1,064.90 

1,617.58 
1,250.59 
578.86 
1,488.45 
2,869.62 

896.53 
951.07 
960.40 
550.21 
310.00 

6,990.47 
436.81 



103,455.01 



$ c. 
5,048.77 
54,024.69 
4,099.09 
5,444.33 
5,848.80 

17,454.06 
7,836.64 
2,976.03 
3,670.49 
6,163.47 

16,700.17 
37,605.98 
1,985.84 
32,684.21 
24,643.12 



2,223, 
10,290 

4,940, 

16,710. 

110,741. 



14,654.50 

6,696.88 

19,131.43 

79,477.65 

6,545.33 

25,813.63 
3,132.54 
9,309.55 
1,558.70 
5,310.92 

10,800.03 
7,823.12 
3,877.98 
6,807.74 

11,937.67 

2,663.65 
6,156.59 
8,988.19 
3,624.20 
2,142.25 

30,347.13 
3,399.64 



$ c 
6,518.14 
58,353.35 
4,347.68 
5,393.35 
8,611.32 

23,213.19 
8,028.00 
3,086.46 
4,474.18 
7,886.42 

23,539.81 
45,302.02 
2,173.91 
36,341.09 
27,118.78 

1,976.98 
13,117.31 

6,436.94 

22,566.89 

133,591.07 

19,398.90 
5,844.81 

23,929.57 

106,396.94 

8,365.74 

26,958.23 
3,912.68 

12,386.66 
1,245.20 
6,066.19 

12,839.59 
8,887.65 
4,795.30 
6,931.32 

12,323.46 

2,623.22 
6,402.59 
12,561.66 
3,944.91 
2,476.13 

34,266.32 
4,926.24 



781,550.17 



936,353.17 



$ c 

1,469.37 

4,328.66 

248.59 



2,762.52 

5,759.13 
191.36 
110.43 
803.69 

1,722.95 

6,839.64 
7,696.04 
188.07 
3,656.88 
2,475.66 



2,826.46 

1,496.24 

5,856.64 

22,849.20 

4,744.40 



4,798.14 

26,919.29 

1,820.41 

1,144.60 

780.14 

3,077.11 



755.27 

2,039.56 

1,064.53 

917.32 

123.58 

385.79 



246.00 

3,573.47 

320.71 

333.88 

3,919.19 
1,526.60 



156,306.94 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



4 4 B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31 r 1926 



BAY SYSTEM— Continued 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Xet 
surplus 


Xet 
deficit 


Number of 


consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'1 

light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




191.00 
1,217.00 
359.00 
308.00 
331.00 

820.00 
174.00 
182.00 
258.00 
398.00 

1,387.00 

2,415.00 

85 00 

747 00 

1,375.00 

152.00 
486.00 
433 . 00 
932.00 
6,523.00 

953.00 

449.00 

1,126.00 

5,296.63 

309.00 

895.00 
267.00 
509.00 
131.00 
298.00 

685.00 
209.00 
218.00 
397.00 
470.00 

230.00 
308.00 
396.00 
311.00 
166.00 

1,991.00 
151.00 


1,278.37 
3,111.66 




122 

1,306 

85 

144 

147 

323 

122 

46 

99 

124 

375 
641 
40 
482 
446 

19 

215 

168 

538 

1,541 

341 

83 

417 

2,774 

149 

506 
130 

248 
24 
81 

272 
198 
102 
103 
178 

40 
113 
236 
140 
109 

474 
95 


53 

257 

35 

60 

77 

96 
57 
17 
30 
51 

61 
111 

19 
102 
114 

14 

76 

79 

129 

224 

136 

25 

139 

547 

45 

101 

23 

60 

9 

44 

89 
66 
33 
37 

52 

15 
47 
94 
35 
20 

156 

25 


4 

55 
2 
6 
5 

9 

10 

1 

1 

2 

12 
18 
1 
10 
16 

1 

2 

9 

12 

60 

12 
3 

20 

111 

2 

29 

"io 

12 
8 
3 
5 
8 

2 

5 

11 

25 

3 


179 
1,618 
122 
210 
229 

428 

189 

64 

130 

177 

448 

770 

60 

594 

576 

34 

293 

256 

679 

1,825 

489 
111 
576 
3,432 
196 

636 
153 
318 
33 
125 

373 
272 
138 
145 
238 

57 
165 
341 
175 
132 

655 
123 


29.4 
25.8 

"33.8 " 
32.1 

26.3 

"28.*2" 
27.1 

26.0 
26.7 

"ii'.k" 

27.8 

"29 ."s" 

29.2 
26.3 
22.6 

27.5 
23.3 
21.9 
28.0 
25.3 

16.2 
24.3 
27.5 

* 27.5" ' 

32.8 
28.1 

"36.Y' 

27.6 

30.3" 

23.5 

12.2 

27.0 

27.7 


108.0 






1,207.8 
51.4 




110.41 
358.98 


50.98 




89.8 




2,431.52 

4,939.13 
17.36 


158.2 






228.6 






180.0 




71.57 


51.7 




545.69 
1,324.95 

5,452.64 
5,281.04 
103.07 
2,909.88 
1,100.66 


71.0 






97.8 






424.9 






825.7 






11.1 






1,127.3 
256.0 






246.96 


398.96 


19.7 




2,340.46 

1,063.24 

4,924.64 

16,326.20 

3,791.40 


115.3 






111.6 






286.8 






3,052.2 
339.9 






852.07 


1,301.07 


72.4 




3,672.14 

21,622.66 

1,511.41 

249.60 

513.14 

2,568.11 


372.6 






2,181.0 






91. r 






617.4 






85. 9 






138.0 


313.50 


444.50 


12.3 




457.27 

1,354.56 
855.53 
699.32. 


38.8 






220.7 






177.4 






54.9 




273.42 
84.21 

270.43 
62.00 


56.8 






143.9 


40.43 




23.4 






56.5 




3,177.47 

9.71 

167.88 

1,928.19 
1,375.60 


154.9 






75.7 






35.5 






270.8 






56.0 








1.503.94 


44,381.63 


114,206.21 


3,784.84 


17,261 


4,305 


609 


22,175 




16,770.4 



292 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 

ST. LAWRENCE 



Municipality 


Popu- 
lation 


Cost of 

power 

purchased 


Cost of 
operation 
and main- 
tenance 


Debenture 

charges 

and 

interest 


Total 

cost of 

operation 


Revenue 


Gross 

surplus 


Alexandria 

Apple Hill 

Brockville 

Chesterville 

Lancaster 

Martintown 

Maxville 

Prescott 

Russell 

Williamsburg. . . 

Winchester .... 


2,372 

P.V. 

9,119 

1,060 

599 

P.V. 

812 

2,652 

P.V. 

P.V. 

1,084 


$ c. 

15,182.61 
1,876.70 

37,280.23 
9,179.67 
3,383.43 

849.57 

4,544.87 
9,670.80 

2,977.58 
1,276.03 

5,391.52 


$ c. 

2,744.03 

330.07 

18,714.30 

1,952.75 

377.47 

107.59 
640.67 
7,457.24 
259.79 
222.35 

1,916.82 


$ c. 

4,616.21 

525.52 

12,786.39 

547.80 

1,281.30 

524-. 25 

1,500.99 

1,848.68 

641.89 

231.16 

773.70 


$ c. 
22,542.85 

2,732.29 
68,780.92 
11,680.22 

5,042.20 

1,481.41 
6,686.53 

18,976.72 
3,879.26 
1,729.54 

8,082.04 


$ c. 

26,639.32 

2,542.43 

107,461.44 

16,491.57 

4,674.15 

1,781.36 
7,109.67 
23,891.66 
4,929.71 
2,144.49 

10.950.71 


$ c. 
4,096.47 


38,680.52 
4,811.35 

299.95 

423.14 

4,914.94 

1,050.45 

414.95 

2,868.67 


Total 


19,698 


91,613.01 


34,723.08 


25,277.89 


151,613.98 


208,616,51 


57,560.44 



RIDEAU 



Carleton Place 
Kemptville . . . 

Lanark 

Perth 

Smith's Falls.. 

Total 



4,221 
1,238 
624 
3,640 
6,957 



16,580 



34,074.06 

8,851.15 

2,606.32 

31,350.97 

36,165.91 



113,048.41 



6,286.71 

2,496.26 

339.50 

7,309.83 

11,009.75 



27,442.05 



5,234.04 

1,854.36 

648.54 

7,962.77 

17,549.79 



33,249.50 



45,594.81 

13,201.77 

3,594.36 

46,623.57 

64,725.45 



173,739.96 



53,974.39 
17,934.67 
4.353.14 
51,891.07 
78,994.29 



207,147.56 



8,379.58 

4,732.90 

758.78 

5,267.50 

14.268.84 



33,407 . 60 



THUNDER BAY 



Nipigon 

Port Arthur 


P.V. 

17,021 


1,590.63 

507,307.85 


359.08 
92,301.50 


878.06 
31,562.62 


2,827.77 
631,171.97 


3,777.49 
742,175.06 


949.72 
111,003.09 


Total 


17,021 


508,898.48 


92,660.58 


32,440.68 


633,999.74 


745,952.55 


111,952.81 


OTTAWA 


Ottawa 


118,088 


178,063.37 


154,782.74 


61,389.36 


394,235.47 


496,143.94 


101,908.47 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 

SYSTEM 



Gross 

deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 

surplus 


Net 

deficit 


Number of consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 

to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Dom. 
service 


Com'l 
light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




985.00 
118.00 
5,225.00 
420.00 
207.00 

96.00 

385.00 

1,906.00 


3,111.47 




267 
33 

2,169 

178 
74 

28 

128 

567 

85 

54 

254 


94 
17 
384 
63 
24 

18 
47 
144 
32 
19 

57 


23 
1 

69 
3 

1 

"""i 

22 
1 
1 

3 


384 

51 

2,622 

244 
99 

46 
177 
733 
118 

74 

314 


16.2 

"28.V 
23.0 
16.5 

"li'.'l" 
27.6 

29.0 


266.2 


189.86 


307.86 


38.8 




1 33,455.52 
4,391.35 


1,464.9 

217.1 
31.9 


368.05 


"575.' 05 




203.95 

38.14 

3,008.94 

1,050.45 

318.95 

2,415.67 


20.1 






48.2 






471 . 5 






61.6 




96.00 
453.00 




30.8 






1 60 . 8 








557.91 


9,891.00 


47,994.44 


882.91 


3,837 


899 


126 


4,862 




2,811.9 



SYSTEM 



1,625.00 

598.00 

170.00 

2,187.00 

4,195.00 



6,754.58 

4,134.90 

588.78 

3,080.50 

10,073.84 



843 


178 


16 


1,037 


24.5 


262 


62 


6 


330 


26.6 


97 


33 


2 


132 


21.1 


774 


180 


22 


976 


26.7 


1,501 


245 


40 


1,786 


26.0 


3,477 


698 


86 


4,261 





743.2 

202.4 

48.2 

769.2 

1,258.7 



8,775.00 



24,632.60 



3,021.7 



SYSTEM 



235.00 
,243.30 



8,478.30 



714.72 
102,759.79 



103,474.51 



79 

3,492 


34 
631 


"80 


113 
4,203 


"24.V 


3,571 


665 


80 


4,316 





49.8 
25,670.0 

25,719.8 



SYSTEM 



54,242.00 



47,666.47 



11,217 



1,480 



200 



12,897 



10.9 



17,728.0 



294 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Condensed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments 



TRENT 








Cost of 


Debenture 










Popu- 


Cost of 


operation 


charges 


Total 




Gross 


Municipality 


lation 


power 


and main- 


and 


cost of 


Revenue 


surplus 






purchased 


tenance 


interest 


operation 










$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Bloomfield 


653 


4,398.48 


520.26 


717.83 


5,636.57 


7,898.87 


2,262.30 


Havelock 


1,214 


9,094.91 


1,311.79 


2,809.80 


13,216.50 


14,980.12 


1,763.62 


Kingston 


21,621 


86,818.77 


77,216.21 


22,630.59 


186,665.57 


246,999.90 


60,334.33 


Lakefield 


1,226 


7,121.79 


1,494.14 


2,506.87 


11,122.80 


13,140.69 


2,017.89 


Marmora 


733 


2,650.93 


594.44 


1,514.52 


4,759.89 


6,251.59 


1,491.70 


Norwood 


750 


3,387.41 


1,161.23 


2,644.65 


7,193.29 


8,895.68 


1,702.39 


Omemee 


472 


6,156.07 


787.55 


1,046.24 


7,989.86 


9,419.75 


1,429.89 


Peterboro 


21,726 


131,342.32 


42,133.44 


36,751.15 


210,226.91 


225,941.48 


15,714.57 


Picton 


3,128 


23,151.16 


7,914.52 


472.73 


31,538.41 


35,946.57 


4,408.16 


Warkworth .... 


P.V. 


1,961.31 


266.20 


614.74 


2,842.25 


3,658.73 


816.48 


Wellington 


860 


5,411.14 


957.43 


1,415.85 


7,784.42 


10,963.75 


3,179.33 


Whitby 


3,015 


21,864.65 


6,597.62 


3,685.99 


32,148.26 


38,421.58 


6,273.32 


Total 


55,898 


303,358.94 


140,954.83 


76,810.96 


521,124.73 


622,518.71 


101,393.98 



ALL SYSTEMS 



System 

Niagara 

Georgian Bay . . 
St. Lawrence. . . 

Rideau 

Thunder Bay . . 

Ottawa 

Trent 


1366722 
86,963 
19,698 
16,580 
17,521 

118,088 
55,898 




Grand Total . 


1681470 



10572978 
558,294. 
91,613. 
113,048. 
508,898. 
178,063. 
303,358. 



12326255.18 



3981492. 
119,800. 

34,723. 

27,442. 

92,660. 
154,782. 
140,954. 



4551856.16 



3132497, 
103,455 

25,277. 

33,249. 

32,440. 

61,389. 

76,810. 



3465120.44 



17686967 
781,550 
151,613. 
173,739. 
633,999, 
394,235. 
521,124. 



20343231.78 



19461266. 
936,353. 
208,616. 
207,147. 
745,952. 
496,143. 
622,518. 



22677999.28 



1776141.43 
156,306.94 
57,560.44 
33,407.60 
111,952.81 
101,908.47 
101,393.98 



2338671.67 



fTotal includes 46 rural consumers. 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



"B"— Continued 

of Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 

SYSTEM 



Gross 
deficit 


Deprecia- 
tion 


Net 
surplus 


Net 
deficit 


Number of consumers 


Per cent 
of con- 
sumers 
to popu- 
lation 


Horse- 
power 


Do in. 
service 


Com'l 
light 


Po- 
wer 


Total 


taken in 
Dec, 
1926 




295.00 
649.00 
11,980.00 
698.00 
386.00 

759.00 

412.00 

12,095.00 

1,225.00 

139.00 

503.00 
1,408.95 


1,967.30 
1,114.62 
48,354.33 
1,319.89 
1,105.70 

943.39 
1,017.89 
3,619.57 
3,183.16 

677.48 

2,676.33 
4,864.37 




131 

290 

4,749 

227 
143 

201 
118 

5,627 

876 

76 

231 
703 


22 
49 
818 
69 
49 

66 

37 

804 

199 

40 

53 
125 


9 
3 
123 
4 
3 

4 

8 

149 

46 

8 

12 


162 
342 
5,690 
300 
195 

271 

163 

6,580 

1,121 

116 

292 
840 


24.8 
28.1 
26.3 
24.4 
26.6 

36.1 
34.5 
30.0 

35.8 

34.0 
27.8 


68.6 






195.4 






3,941.7 
167.0 










80 4 






124 2 






186.7 

5,478.6 

583.1 










45.5 






130.0 






783.4 










30,549.95 


70,844.03 




13,372 


2,331 


369 


16,072 




11,784 6 









SUMMARY 



1,842.32 

1,503.94 

557.91 



1,001,261.17 

44,381.63 

9,891.00 

8,775.00 

8,478.30 

54,242.00 

30,549.95 



788,046.19 
114,206.21 
47,994.44 
24,632.60 
103,474.51 
47,666.47 
70,844.03 



15,008.25 

3,784.84 

882.91 



298,727 
17,261 

3,837 

3,477 

3,571 

11,217 

13,372 



47,975 

4,305 

899 

698 

665 

1,480 

2,331 



,259 
609 
126 
86 
80 
200 
369 



f356007 

22,175 

4,862 

4,261 

4,316 

12,897 

16,072 



458282.44 
16,770.4 
2,811.9 
3,021.7 
25,719.8 
17,728.0 
11.784.6 



3,904.1' 



1,157,579.05 



1,196,864.45 



19,676.00 



351,462 



58,353 



10729 



f420,590 



536,118.8 



296 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,810 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa Craig 
478 


Aivinston 
653 


Amiierst- 


Population 


burg* 
2,809 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ cj 

7,653.97 

2,826.46 

11,1*2.58. 

755.39 

2,148.00 


$ c. 

2,878.94 

540.97 

1,647.64 


$ c. 

1,922.97 

878.96 

1,540.62 


$ c. 

3,176.63 
1,861.09 
2,609.11 
430.78 
1,736.67 


$ c. 

21,564.90 
4,798.62 
3,054.83 


Commercial light 


Commercial power 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


675.00 


672.00 
98.15 
74.17 


749.32 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous 




726.24 


90.00. 


207.33 


175.73 






Total earnings 


25,292.64! 


5,832.55 


5,186.87 


10,021.61 


30,343.40 


Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


15,927.20 


3,321.08 


3,344.97 


8,762.97 


16,294.36 


Substation maintenance 












maintenance 


1,490.97 


126.99 


75.75 


160.97 


2,182.08 


Line transformer maintenance 


54.61 


Meter maintenance 


2.40 








458.50 


Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


169.03 


27.92 


50.32 


71,56 




Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 










1,421.70 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,302.05 
304.10 
219.42 

462.65 


284.16 


112.55 


535.75 


1,530. 7S 
249.38 


Interest 


458.04 
364.98 


156.93 


1,131.25 
1,040.94 


2,761.42 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures . . 










Total expenses ' 


19,877.72 


• 4,583.17 


3,740.52 


11,703.44 


24,952.83 






Gross surplus . . 


5,414.82 


1,249.38 


1,446.35 




5,390.57 


Gross loss 


1,681.83, 
489.00 




Depreciation . . . 


934.00 


235.00 


370.00 


1,022.00 






Net surplus 


4,480.82 


1,014.38 


1,076.35 




4,368.57 


Net loss . . . 


2,170.83 















Thirteen months operation; domestic revenue includes portion of other revenues. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Aneaster 

Township 

5,678 


Ay lmer 
2,145 


Ayr 

822 


Baden 
P'.V. 


B r arton 

Township 

7,627 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 
616 


Blenheim 
1,559 


$ c. 

12,278..90 

1,355.54 

504;.. 18 


$ c. 

8,469.19 
5,931.11 
4,424.28 
1.876,40 
2,133.00 


$ c. 

2,884.58 

1,180;. 94 

869.61 


$ c. 

2,153 06 

707.12 

8,750.83 


$ c. 

21,415.29 
2,226.00 
5,119.96 


$ c. 

1,588.09 

689.60 

14,913.17 


$ c. 

3,453.46 

1,306.85 

776.66 

329. 08- 

732.00 


$ c 

5,744.78 
3,812.57 
0,467.69 


880 . 00 


1,085.50 


488.00 


3, 650.00 


495.00 


2,521.00 




900.97 


108.01 


75.18 


118.63 


398.14 












15,018.62 


23.734.95 


6,128:. 64 


12,237.19 


32,559.88 


18,084.00 


6,598 . 05 


18,546.04 


7,38*. 03 


13,115.85 


3,321.73 


9,717.69 


14,518.37 


15,249.76 


3,270.52 


11,503.49 


















1,679.16 


2,642.66 
27.54 
87.60 


449.89 


84.00 


1 739.38 


250.68 


475.66 


1,792.08 






5.65 


200.85 


3.60 













327.00 


209.21 


31.53 


67.72 


128.11 


89.61 


50.03 


377.40 


"% 707 .62 

"l',321.03 

305 . 03 


682.00 

609.86 

251.93 

1,637.23 

879.89 


360.77 
104.10 

77.35 
258.66 

818.16 


378.75 
65.71 
63.80 

176.26 

149.00 


1,320.84 

3,478.67 

565.27 

4,796.57 

3,973.65 


312.09 

146. 21 

82.74 

199.11 

158.68 


276,06 
98.43 
59.52 

459.82 

259.63 


302.92 
470, 02 

237.27 
632.19 

317.12 


12,722. 87 


20; 143. 77 


5,422.19 


10,708.58 


29,721.71 


16,492.48 


4,949.67 


15,632.49 


2,295.75 


3,591.18 


706.45 


1,528.61 


i 2,838.17 


1,591.52 


1,648.38 


■ 2,913.55 


90- 00 


852.00 


459 . 00 


260.00 


2,082.00 


450.00 


354.00 


900 . 00 


1,390.75 


2,739.18 


247.45 


1,268.61 


756. 17 


1,141.52 


1,294.38 


2,013.55 



















298 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Blyth 
623 



Bolton 
622 



Bothwell 
665 



Brampton 
4,859 



Bra n't ford 
28,010 



Earnings 



Domestic service . . 
Commercial light . . 
Commercial power , 
Municipal power . . 
Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



3,145.32 

1,480.42 

399.95 



2,496.60 
1,171.23 
3,567.07 



2,075.84 
"i85!91 



880.08 

is.'io 



2,805.13 

1,411.72 

6,983.16 

184.06 

993.91 



24,664.69 

10,379.52 

13,654.06 

2,453.35 

4,420.63 



c. 



124,389.21 
26,474.96 

105,361 49 
29,822.10 
34,548.03 



426.78 



1,441.21 



Total earnings 

Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 



7,287.44 



130.38 



12,804.76 



57,013.46 



320,595.79 



3,382.41 



5,392.19 



7,378.02 



31.50 



34.70 



286.12 



22.85 



19.93 
67.02 



39,031.21 

21.82 

9.92 

1,689.56 
138.89 
144.80 



41.41 



283.46 



617.64 



639.49 



1,072.28 
682.90 



491.65 
376.57 



472.39 

59.44 

1,150.49 

113.26 



1,729.14 

2,650.06 

371.90 

1,901.68 

3,045.41 



234,980.51 
4,875. 9S 

722.12 

3,012.52 
644.93 
576.40 
274.05 

5,546.14 
1,779.30 
6,388.99 
7,607.87 
5,905.86 
23,107.60 

19,221.00 



Total expenses 

Gross surplus . 

Gross loss 

Depreciation . . 
Net surplus. . . 
Net loss 



5,809.58 



7,02.1.55 



9,501.13 



51,017.85 



314,643.27 



1,477.86 



1,108.83 



3,303.63 



5,995,51 



5,952.52 



284.00 



226.00 



488.00 



1,358.00 



16,189.00 



1,193.86 



882.83 



2,815.63 



4,637.61 



10,236.48 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



" C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Brantford 

Township 

7,170 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 

859 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,390 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
710 


$ c. 

14,581.18 
3,629.80 
2,709.71 


$ c. 

2,152.75 
1,332.99 
1,752.17 


$ c. 

5,053.80 

2,318.80 

492.21 


$ c. 

3,930.48 
1,190.18 
1,327.18 


$ c. 

897.55 
414.09 
818.76 


$ c. 

2,864.93 
3,482.81 
2,844.28 


$ c. 

927.57 
398.29 


$ c. 

1,615.64 
1,996.18 
1,807.41 








3,357.21 


720.00 


2,080.00 


901.37 


294.00 


1,091.81 


475.00 


1,443.31 


659.05 


32.54 


26.26 


154.75 






45.90 


345 . 88 










24,936.95 


5,990.45 


9,971.07 


7,503.96 


2,424.40 


10,283.83 


1,846.76 


7,208.42 


9,647 13 


3,099.84 


5,066.75 


4,286.70 


1,755.20 


5,861.16 


1,079.11 


3,744.34 


















806.75 
83.00 


203.72 


574.85 


203.93 


4.16 


71.87 


6.82 


259.78 


140.64 
































218.49 


30.87 


143.28 


69.65 


37.44 


34.70 


7.80 


18.75 


276.51 






300.00 

120.99 

62.71 

314.20 

620.07 


73.50 

5.72 


450.29 

167.30 

58.75 

351.16 

160.06 




207.32 


3,208.93 
1,016.20 


427.99 


353.27 


118.44 


105.55 
64.53 


2,420.21 
2,406.74 


148.97 

185.74 


1,086.96 
670.32 


119.62 
170.44 


314.93 
171.05 


1,066.25 
605.13 


20,224.60 


4,097.13 


7,895.43 


5,978.25 


2,166.08 


7,155 29 


1,698.15 


6,071.65 


4,712.35 


1,893.32 


2,075.64 


1,525.71 


258.32 


3,128.54 


148.61 


1,136.77 


1,680.00 


254.00 


413.00 


354.00 


138.00 


450.00 


77.00 


423.00 


3,032.35 


1,639.32 


1,662.64 


1,171.71 


120.32 


2,678.54 


71.61 


713.77 



















300 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Chatham 
14,118 


Chippawa 
1,179 


Clifford 
497 


Clinton 
1,946 


Comber 
P.'W 






Earnings 
Domestic service . 


$ c. 

66,128.69 
44,153.30 
73,308.16 
4,154.15 
15,900.65 


$ c. 

4,807.33 
1,182.80 

523.37 
5,012.34 

924.00 


$ c. 

1,794.14 

1,408.98 

191.08 


$ c. 

8,335 31 
4,358.45 
6,180.40 

985.70 

1,926.26 

66.74 

698.16 


$ c. 
1,991.42 


Commercial light 

Commercial power 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 


1,734.62 
4,524.01 


1,060.00 


702.00 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous . . 


3,583.20 


18.51 


44.23 








Total earnings 


207,228.15 


12,468,35 


4,498.43 


22,551.02 


8,952.05 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


107,893.38 
6,549.87 
1,488.65 

4,617.81 

329.55 

886.04 

31.53 

3,942.40 


6,165.70 


2,077.40 


13,344.78 
100.00 


6,187.23 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








maintenance 


640.34 


7.75 


307.08 


244.46 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance. . 










Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 










272.85 




148.23 


56.86 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting . 


6,839.70 
12,575.35 

3,293.29 
15,781.16 

7,363.24 


527.58 
306.10 






308.88 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses . . 


375.79 


2,151.32 


126.77 
68.43 


Interest 


729.79 
480.98 


433.93 
116.52 


2,262.50 
1,305.66 


247.92 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


329.19 






Total expenses 


171,591.97 


9,123.34 


3,011.39 


19,619.57 


7,569.74 


Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


35,636.18 


3,345.01 


1,487.04 

1 


2,931.45 


1,382.31 


Depreciation 


9,702.00 


542.00 


170.00 


1,397.00 


302 . 00 


Net surplus 


25,934.18 


2,803.01 


1,317.04 


1,534.45 


1,080.31 


Net loss . 

















1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



" C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Courtright 
P.V. 


Dashwood 
P.V. ' 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 

572 


Dresden 
1,421 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


$ c. 

1,771.03 
1,008.48 


$ c. 

1,193.52 

682.71 
1,553.61 


$ c. 

823 35 

442.33 


$ GJ 

2,093.23 
647.56 

852.48 


$ c. 

2,671.71 
1,712.16 
1,781.88 


$ c. 

4,042.24 
3,323.06 
3,931.58 
1,068.72 
1,741.85 


$ c. 

1,424.73 
608.86 
849.55 


$ c. 

751.51 

580.10 

1,244.81 








1,025.0© 


•614.98 


288.0© 


455.00 


900.00 


684.00 


700.00 


3.17' 


i 


10.33 


74.74 


322.42 


593.32 


69.47 










3,807.68 


4,-044.82 


1,564.01 


4,123.01 


7,388.17 


14,700.77 


3,636.61 


3,276.42 


2,276.53 


2,818.61 


643 . 88 


2,31*. 36 


4,293.27 


9,875.69 


2,268.17 


1,925.18 


















13.58 


26.26 


20.33 


139.98 

40.80 

9.50 


170.80 


1,854.30 


382.«i' 


179.95 






























29.50 


10.61 




76.12 


36.37 


134.95 


18.45 


52 09 








■ 






161.68 
27.75 
59.99 

169.20 

105 . 40 






249.00 
92.41 




228.53 




254.75 




111.29 
1 


145.88 


948.67 


173.09 


448.37 
394.68 


157.26 
75.98 


157.23 
102.98 


498.72 
191.44 


392.16 
948.47 


178.93 

115.84 


273.11 
286.71 


3,391.19 


3,343.47 


1,035.71 


3,108.78 


5,336.48 


14,154.24 


3,305.61 


2,890.13 


416.49 


701.35 


528.30 


1,014.23 


2,051.69 


546.53 


331.00 


386.29 


148.00 


123.00 


109.00 


297.00 


349.00 


694.00 


188.00 


175.00 


268.49 


578.35 


419.30 


717.23 


1,702.69 




143.00 


211 29 




147.47 



















302 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Dundas 
5,009 


Dunnville 
3,464 


Dutton 
811 


Elmira 
2,462 


Elora 


Population 


1,079 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

17,110.97 

8,900.15 

20,468.74 

403.91 

3,909.15 


$ c. 

7,296.74 
9,042.65 
10,085.12 
2,657.90 
4,587.93 


$ c. 

2,610.11 
2,079.99 

3,251.25 

"935 .*84 


$ c. 

11,519.55 
5,337.26 

12,664.52 

817.89 

1,950.00 


$ c. 
4,052.98 


Commercial light 


2,738.26 
3,501.44 


Commercial power 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,533.30 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous 


959.62 


1,037.88 


391.56 


230.17 


293.11 






Total earnings 


51,752.54 


34,708.22 


9,268.75 


32,519.39 


12,119.09 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


32,657.17 


18,982.83 


5,874.77 


25,346.95 


6,780.37 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 


100.55 

4,180.79 
228.61 
352.58 










maintenance 


1,838.54 


162.81 
19.00 
26.85 


1,128.81 


2,031.27 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




95.44 


84.95 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


660.48 


212.51 


116.30 


173.00 


109.47 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


1,015.67 
1,917.04 
2,494.25 
1,929 07 

1,429.68 




327.11 

592.82 

66.20 

420.06 

226.52 


1,072.31 
982.93 
498.35 
883.57 

509.04 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


2,876.34 

216.48 

3,944.94 

1,674.43 


1,440.09 


Interest 


371.40 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures .... 


515.58 






Total expenses 


46,965.89 


29,746.07 


7,832.44 


30,690.40 


11,333.13 






Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


4,786.65 


4,962.15 


1,436.31 


1,828.99 


785.96 


Depreciation 


2,749.00 


2,119.00 


434.00 


1,381.00 


752.00 






Net surplus 


2,037.65 


2,843.15 


1,002.31 


447.99 


33.96 


Net loss 

















♦Seventeen months operation. fSix months operation. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



"C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Embro 
470 


Erieau 
196 


Erie 
Beach* 

27 


Essex 
1,636 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
13,504 


Exeter 
1,583 


Fergus 
1,747 


Fonthillf 

723 


$ c 

2,073.07 
1,091.86 
1,746.78 


$ c. 

2,097.97 
900.55 


$ c. 

1,319.16 
284.24 


$ c. 

7,614.70 
5,487.44 
2,605.87 
1,145.82 
1,399.36 


$ c. 

62,326.24 

14,610.37 

9,595.63 

1,722.76 

11,919.10 


$ c. 

7,218.15 
3,380.76 
6,196.38 
629.53 
1,881.10 


$ c. 

7,254.13 
3,836.86 
5,761.23 
714.82 
2,435.96 


$ c. 

1,483.04 
306.02 
150.00 








138.17 


759.96 


440 . 00 




420 . 00 








64.02 






270.58 


23 . 46 


1,324.39 


330.11 












5,735.69 


3,438.52 


1,603.40 


18,523.77 


100,197.56 


20,630.31 


20,333.11 


2,497. '23 


3,438.71 


1,686.62 


997.11 


7,494.98 


44,206.61 


11,904.37 


12,654.39 


1,167.80 


















83.96 


38.74 


14.03 


338.52 

4.51 

18.30 


6,370.07 
382.50 
340.12 


215.43 


2,267.72 


67.30 










58.10 














33.67 


26.29 




100.15 


910.66 


262.96 


200.06 












100.00 
31.57 
53.50 

390.62 

216.12 




156.96 
2,612.53 

322.06 
1,220.96 

327.71 


4,818.13 

4,037.43 

3,638.31 

11,376.61 

4,949.64 


516.26 

1,885.70 

194.71 

739.76 

682.59 






217.96 


216.03 


1,569.79 

462.41 

1,361.73 

1,591.48 


243 18 


370.81 
289.21 


297.25 


409.86 








4,434.32 


2,543.46 


1,524.42 


12,596.68 


81,030.08 


16,401.78 


20,165.68 


1,888.14 


1,301.37 


895.06 


78.98 


5,927.09 


19,167.48 


4,228.53 


167.43 


609.09 


135.00 


156.00 


53.00 


928.00 


7,044.00 


895.00 


1,023.00 








1,166.37 


739.06 


25.98 


4,999.09 


12,123.48 


3,333.53 




609.09 




855.57 



















304 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Earnings 



Domestic service . . 
Commercial light . . 
Commercial power 
Municipal power. . 
Street lighting. . . . 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



and 



Total earnings . . 
Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance. . . 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business. 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 



Ford 
City 
9,204 



64,082.33 
14,066.42 
48,208.93 



4,427.29 



Forest 
1,427 



Total expenses 



Gross surplus . . 

Gross loss 

Depreciation . . 
Net surplus. . . 
Net loss 



130, 784.97 



79,649.12 



6,369.55 



1,012.98 



8,013.68 
6',696.'7i 
3,590.10 



25,452.83 



3,971.00 



21,481.83 



7,865.26 
3,913.34 
4,403.72 
653.77 
2,213.64 

1,117.97 



20,167.70 



9,455.30 



649 . 98 



220.15 



3,212.98 

234.10 

1,086.84 

1,362.82 



Gait 
12,686 



93,080.89 
38,732.77 
76,991.52 
6,414.62 
20,868.01 

3,392.65 



239,480.40 



144,584.55 

5,068.07 

183.89 

3,305.16 

20.70 

1,464.19 



George- 
town 
2,071 



7,312.39 
4,425.30 
14,815.41 
1,200.05 
2,232.00 
2,389.30 
593.87 



32,968.32 



22,805.80 



Glencoe 
821 



$ c. 



4,316.16 
2.151.47 
2,952.39 



2,134.33 
' 135.' 40 



11,689.7. 



045.7: 



105,332.14 16,222.17 



3,945.53 



990.00 



2,955.53 



3,987.69 
768.68 
2,729.44 
4,532.38 
4,127.46 
28,225.77 

16,011.16 



215,009.14 



24,471.32 



15,447.11 



9,024.21 



2,168.84 
" 112*92 



164.4' 



3,218.21 
286.65 
943.94 

509.04 



30,209. 



2,758.45 



563 . 00 



2,195.45 



■652.78 



120.41 



902.11 
831 '54 
674.69 



9,327.25 



2,362.50 



613.00 



1,749.50 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



44 C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Goderich 
4,227 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
19,219 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,193 


Hamilton 
122,238 


Harriston 
1,225 


Harrow 
P.V. 


Hen sail 
804 


$ e. 

17,604.05 

S, 532. 44 

18,661.70 

4,602.54 


$ c. 

1,361.19 

597.36 

1,547.77 


$ c. 

79,252.74 
35,941.00 
86,967.09 
20,324.07 

15,232.45 


$ c. 

3,581.92 

3,232.96 

20,274.14 


$ c 

544,809.34 
120,942.91 

329,208.58 
61,019.34 

87,858.92 


$ c. 

4,205.99 
3,114.15 
5,137.07 
598.36 
1,282.79 


$ c. 

4,000.42 

2,817.12 
2,583.39 


$ c. 

2,964.71 
1,565.68 
2,706.77 


3,629.50 


363.00 


1,000.00 


802 . 70 


910.00 


299.61 


89.68 


5,336.87 


160.63 


16,284.81 






185.48 










53,329.84 


3,959.00 


243,054.22 


28,249.65 


1,160,123 90 


14,338.36 


10,203.63 


8,332.64 


34,020.03 
3,246.73 


2,550.69 


157,088.23 


20,313.19 


735,895.16 

24,620.01 

3,906.38 

28,518.38 
3,218.82 

10,244.84 
7,323.09 

9,187.48 

8,670.11 

29,793.25 

42,704.64 

14,578.58 
113,718.78 

81,817.79 


9,626.64 


5,251.10 


4,024.60 






3,638.34 

5,378.43 

414.29 

4,527.59 




676.40 


348.37 
4.50 




1,997.92 
215.20 


35.50 


1,386.95 
48.26 
52.00 


37.23 


212.04 








118.26 


231.55 




465.04 


11.00 


3,792.13 
305.14 
5,312.37 
3,949.10 
5,270.94 
3,899.70 

4,449 . 20 


93.22 


74.30 


746.60 




673.62 
695.84 
559.38 
297.38 

265.63 








2,186.83 
672.92 


173.94 

"l76.'52 

79.28 


681.38 
174.58 
655.82 

933.67 


482.53 


605.09 


2,866.15 
2,045.28 


683.59 

345.77 


561.76 
300.67 


48,674.74 


3,026.93 


198,025.46 


24,385.47 


1,114,197 31 


12,866.75 


7,347.41 


5,603.65 


4,655.10 


932.07 


45,028.76 


3,864.18 


45,926.59 


1,471.61 


2,856.22 


2,728.99 


1,355.00 


166.00 


10,911.00 


703.00 


44,894.32 


669.00 


458.00 


418.00 


3,300.10 


766.07 


34,117.76 


3,161.18 


1,032.27 


802.61 


2,398.22 


2,310.99 



















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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



AIuniciDalitv 


Hespeler 
2,838 


High gate 
396 


Humber- 
stone 
1,917 


Ingersoll 
4,983 


Jarvis 
459 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

12,470.84 
4,429.74 

17,896.22 

932.37 

1,833.25 


$ c. 

1,404.90 
979.93 

2,288 19 


$ c. 

6,478.53 
3,305.01 
2,077.33 


$ c. 

27,071.92 

11,415.23 

22,432.88 

1,817.30 

4,563.50 


$ c 
1,339.92 


Commercial light . . . 


1,296 22 


Commercial power 


5 067.87 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


506.00 


1,334.64 


704.00 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous 


639.47 


153.46 




3,116.12 










Total earnings 


38,201.89 


5,332.48 


13,195.51 


70,416.95 


8,408.01 


Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


21,989.21 
678.72 


3,838.16 


6,692.85 


46,265.69 
1,280 63 


4,938.82 


Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,764.03 


60.46 


652.39 


1,853.34 

196.95 

42.44 


15.58 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


148.42 




78.95 




Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


103.97 


12.75 


126.03 


506.20 


24.70 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




201.38 

111.88 

59.73 

207.98 

117.28 




1,719.23 
2,833.15 
1,309.93 
3,317.00 

1,677.35 


194.82 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,832.05 

546.82 

1,608.00 

2,085.31 


615.52 


266.54 

58.75 


Interest 


2,543.75 
800.00 


547.14 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


335.16 






Total expenses 


31,756.53 


' .4,609.62 


11,509.49 


61,001.91 


6,381.51 






Gross surplus 


6,445.36 


722.86 


1,686.02 


9,415.04 


2,026.50 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


1,669.00 


227.00 


634.00 


3,273.00 


260.00 






Net surplus 


4,776.36 


495.86 


1,052.02 


6,142.04 


1,766.50 


Net loss 

















Thirteen months operation. 



927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



"C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Kingsville 
2,304 


Kitchener 
24,805 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle* 

587 


Leaming- 
ton 
4,351 


Listowel 

2,477 


London 
63,339 


London 

Township 

7,392 


$ c. 

11,723.81 
7,175.74 
4,526.19 


$ c. 

133,890.59 
73,322.21 

197,567.64 
29,930.64 
32,047.72 


$ c. 

2,666.26 
768.89 


$ c 

7,978.24 
2,252.90 


$ c. 

17,584.40 

11,593.12 

4,728.41 

1,708.98 

5,633.32 


$ c. 

11,013.03 
5,725.04 
9,241.91 
1,380.47 
3,430.96 


$ c. 

332,049.86 

148,519.82 

340,847.50 

28,850.77 

40,871.39 

3.50 

29,863 65 


$ c. 

7,278.54 
457.07 
721.36 


1,125.61 


324.71 
541.16 






4,779 58 


801.22 


621.00 


963 . 64 


3,126.65 


24.95 




1,586.07 


60.44 










30,294.57 


469,885.45 


4,325.97 


11,032.36 


42,834.30 


30,851.85 


921,006.49 


9,077.97 


12,473.64 


321,564.30 
8,084 96 
2,196.40 

15,978.04 

486.25 

3,235.61 

595.20 

11,637.53 
1,938.90 
7,666 65 
9,021 88 
9,262.15 

17,847 16 

18,020.62 


2,577.12 


4,193.03 


18,212.55 


19,492.88 


542,822.33 
14,567.16 
14,855.32 

7,879.42 
3,930.01 
9,624.06 


4,762.33 














2,921.02 




717.24 
16.11 


3,859.37 

9.28 

117.33 


216.17 
33.80 
40.91 


• 246.16 


163.00 






12.49 














581.02 


24.90 


75.44 


570.03 


335.60 


5,539.80 
4,381.65 
18,689.33 
32,352.55 
16,938.35 
73,783.63 

52,398.61 


109.07 


994.25 






126.92 
3,260.19 
1,282.34 
2,801.71 

1,383.15 






566.09 
653.24 


170.75 


452.06 


3,194.37 
" l',373.*76 

2,523.85 


545.56 


1,984.58 
449.16 


202.76 
90.61 


955.89 
421.36 


1,007.50 

483.47 


20,798.49 


427,535.65 


3,066.14 


6,831.13 


31,622.87 


27,211.34 


797,762.22 


7,154.09 


9,496.08 


42,349.80 


1,259.83 


4,201.23 


11,211.43 


3,640.51 


123,244.27 


1,923.88 


951.00 


20,399.00 


224.00 


370.00 


1,690 00 


1,635.00 


70,224.27 


395.00 


8,545.08 


21,950.80 


1,035.83 


3,831.23 


9,521.43 


2,005.51 


53,020.00 


1,528.88 



















308 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Louth 
Township 

2,515 


Lucan 
570 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
968 


Merlin 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,465.93 
1,090.71 
2,648.71 


$ c. 

1,439.10 

727.24 
3,484.30 


$ c. 

4,398.66 
1,833.76 
2,502.22 
198.56 
1,504.00 


S c. 
1.858.28 


Commercial light 




1.288.23 


Commercial power 




4,515.83 


Municipal power. . . . 






Street lighting 




1,005.00 
222.03 

230.29 


374.00 


743.10 




2,590.71 




Miscellaneous 




111.96 


63.51 










Total earnings 


2,590.71 


8,662.67 


6,024.64 


10,549.16 


8,468.95 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


641.28 


5,486.39 


5,120.57 


5,411.87 


5,153.20 


















maintenance 


232.71 


950.00 


81.68 


1,345.70 


55.95 






























Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




108.10 


44.30 


87.51 


5.00 


















352.02 


General office, salaries and expenses. 


245.08 


495.13 


185.45 


903.06 


52.34 
61.00 


Interest 


453.30 

71.37 


400.67 

449.15 


182.15 
105.99 


421.49 
752.48 


710.21 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


466.78 






Total expenses 


1,643.74 


. 7,889.44 


5,720.14 


8,922.11 


6,856.50 






Gross surplus . . 


946.97 


773.23 


304.50 


1,627.05 


1,612.45 






Depreciation 


236.87 


450.00 


189.00 


457.00 


253.00 


Net surplus 


710.10 


323.23 


115.50 


1,170.05 


1.359.45 



















1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



" C > — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Merriton 
2.57© 


Milton 
1,950 


Milverton 
1,017 


Minaico 
5,231 


Mitchell 
1,731 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


I Newbury 
285 


$ c. 

9*527.44 
1-.944.44 

9.802.58 


$ c 

8,980.54 

4,569.85 

29,336.52 


$ c. 

3,320.76 

1,943.80 

12,550.24 


$ c. 

38,128.12 
6,774.67 
6,232.24 
4,456.17 

5,157.30 


$ c 

7,505.32 
3.602.30 
5,857.18 
824.02 
2,100.00 


$ c. 

908.23 

728.62 

1,491.12 


$ c. 

1,976.93 
511.50 
995.51 


$ c. 

821 . 48 
541 . 93 
657.87 


2.565.00 


2.183.49 


905 79 


450 . 00 


480 . 00 


736.00 




290 . 09 




1,104.00 


1,281.66 




184.02 


40.06 


23.850 46 


45,360^.49 


18,720l59 


61,852.50 


21,170.48 


3,577.97 


4,147.96 


% 797. 34 


14,550.24 


30,819.30 
240.00 


14,781.93 


35,291.82 


10,725.76 
550.92 


2,692.56 


1,846.37 


1,365.50 














3.6G2.46 

2.15 


2.105.44 
57.58 

132.86 


175.08 


5, 782!. 32 


810.81 


17.36 


22.26 


7.96 


110.79 
250.97 


138 . 05 


408 . 65 


26.16 

215.20 


27.82 


45 72 


29 . 85 








1,820.00 
1,737.28 
1,472.60 
5,069.81 

2,911.01 










1.639.11 


1,504-. 14 

991.23 

1,937.60 

1,140.50 


896.62 

63.42 

369.27 

465.47 


2.665,44 
187.65 

211.68 

729.04 


102.95 


279.12 


210.91 


216.03 

693.16 


146.58 
196.52 


186.55 
105.00 


468,87 
300.00 


21.073.91 


38;928\ 65 


16.889.84 


54,493.49 


16;.122\66 


3,183.79 


2,485 02 


2.383 . 09 


2,.785.55 


6,431.84 
1.198.00 


1,830.75 
535.00 


7,350.01 
3,383.00 


5,047.82 
1,345.00 


394.18 
137.00 


1,662.94 
206.00 


414.25 
199 . 00 


1,369'. 55 


5,233 84 


1,295.75 


3.976.01 



3 V 702.82 


257.18 


1,456.94 


215.25 



310 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population. . 



Earnings 



Domestic service. . 
Commercial light. . 
Commercial power. 
Municipal power. . 
Street lighting. . . . 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings. . 
Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance. 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 



Total expenses , 



Gross surplus, 

Gross loss 

Depreciation. 
Net surplus. . 
Net loss 



New 

Hamburg 

1,429 



6,239.45 
3,038.73 
7,393.83 



2,400.00 
"84i!o7 



19,916.68 



13,611.49 



56.02 

419.25 

16.91 

105.12 



237.10 



654.90 

1,486.43 

81.92 

607.68 

563 . 24 



17,840.06 



2,076.62 



961.00 



1,115.62 



New 

Toronto 

4,283 



19,989.40 

7,286.62 

95,304.69 

12,613.51 

4,346.25 



1.855.00 



141,395.47 



107,450.22 



4,105.26 



867.87 

631.03 

2,877.13 

4,917.74 



330.02 
216.25 



121,395.52 



19,999.95 



2,857.00 



17,142.95 



Niagara 
Falls 
16,819 



118,323.08 
44,680.50 
56,431.38 
14,797.97 
28,918.63 



600.00 



263,751.56 



141,257.08 
6,283.35 



6,833.45 

920.48 

2,188.46 



3,562.91 
301.21 
4,567.40 
9,419.85 
4,706.21 
21,346.05 

22,522.04 



223,908.49 



39,843.07 



15.149.00 



24.694.07 



Niagara- 

on-the-Lake 

1,577 



8,742.77 
2,651.20 
389.27 
1,736.59 
2,157.48 



209.63 



15,886.94 



8,356.01 



2,180.42 

21.11 

3.25 



349.13 



1,781.32 
" 538^57 
1,500.29 



14,730.10 



1,156.84 



705.00 



451.84 



Norwich 
1,317 



5,714.27 
2,749.44 
1,368.43 
1,150.81 
2,134.00 
1,321.45 
1,559.29 



15,997.69 



8,069.91 



1,300.30 
8.90 

54.17 



221.12 



803 . 26 
587.03 
549.12 
217.04 

401.78 



12,212.63 



3,785.06 



548.00 



3,237.06 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



"C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Oil Springs 
471 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,542 


Paris 
4,167 


Parkhill 
1,019 


Petrolia 

2,648 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,143 


$ c. 

1,263.66 

740.42 

10,826.47 


$ c. 

1,676.08 

800.08 

1,520.78 


$ c. 

6,618.11 
3,735.78 
5,715.63 
1,954.41 
1,459.26 


$ c. 

18,983.24 
5,896.26 

15,143.25 
1,225.00 
5,109.00 


$ c. 

3,909.72 
2,018.43 
1,032.54 
530.31 
1,393.83 


$ c. 

9,556.27 
7,158.73 
22,520.48 
6,693.88 
2,573.58 


$ c. 

1,987.34 
816.49 
386.13 


$ c. 

5,175.54 

1,538.01 

20,388.95 

109.74 


687.96 


403.00 


561.00 


696.00 


570.04 


141.88 


670.76 


1,555.75 


13.83 


2,108.26 




180.28 


14,088.55 


4,541,. 82 


20,153.95 


47,912.50 


8,898.66 


50,611.20 


3,750.96 


28,088.52 


9,418.33 


2,961.39 


13,467.97 


32,539.02 


6,383.53 


32,592.32 


2,841.37 


24,591.05 








132.04 

4,549.56 

5.22 

155.20 




4.13 

1,529.02 

411.32 

80.42 






894.16 


89.69 


301.83 

10.16 

171.87 


180.75 


.95 


147.64 
2.90 










1.80 












44.14 


15.74 


96.45 


355.03 


102.96 


376.98 


21.90 


102.70 




199.25 
58.43 
57.00 

175.60 

219.08 




461.98 
1,087.91 

724.21 
2,044.88 

1,407.07 




988.61 
3,070.16 
1,491.79 
2,201.68 

1,514.28 


174.04 
40.33 
53.50 

242.79 

134.80 




1,717.67 
496.38 


1,476.39 
348.94 
625.49 

569.37 


412.36 


734.43 


742 . 29 
750.30 


742.46 
490.51 


853.19 
628.93 


14,063.27 


3,776.18 


17,068.47 


43,462.12 


8,312.57 


44,260.71 


3,509.68 


27,062.64 


25.28 


765.64 


3,085.48 


4,450.38 


586.09 


6,350.49 


241.28 


1,025.88 


522.00 


260.00 


822.00 


3,703.00 


522.00 


2,061.00 


71.00 


635.00 




505.64 


2,263.48 


747.38 


64.09 


4,289.49 


170.28 


390.88 


496.72 





















312 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 

Colborne 

4,664 


Port 
Credit 

1,247 


Port 

Dalhousie 
1,468 


Port 
Dover 
1,675 


Port 


Population 


Stanley 
709 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

25,089.14 
9,992.81 
9,517.71 
2,114.91 
3,666.81 


$ c. 

8,257.97 

3,156.08 

723.82 

862.67 

1,366.63 


$ c. 

9,409.57 
1,391.80 
3,773.59 


$ c. 

5,118.07 

3,257.35 
4,053.88 


$ c 
8,039.04 


Commercial light 

Commercial power 


2,158.26 
4,624.80 


Municipal power 

Street lighting 




1,360.00 


2,177.99 


1,993.75 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous 


1,229.72 








300'. 37 












Total earnings 


51,611.10 


14,367.17 


15,934.96 


14,607.29 


17,116.22 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


29,505.17 


9,235.84 


8,443.73 


7,796.27 


9,726.61 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












maintenance 


1,951.08 
2.04 

34.23 


523.77 


1,512.07 


565.17 


2,214.24 






















Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance .. 


314.16 


225.72 


62.33 


131.11 


126.64 














357.00 

161.53 

103.83 

1,374.22 

1,455.52 




General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses. . , 


4,189.48 
1,515.64 
6,074.41 

3,499.49 


844.04 


1,125.13 
152.96 
890.31 

945.64 


938.35 


Interest 


442 . 19 
223.54 


649.06 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


583.76 






Total expenses 


47,085.70 


11,496.00 


13,132.17 


11,944.65 


14,238.66 






Gross surplus 


4,525.40 


2,871.17 


2,802.79 


2,662.64 


2,877.56 






Depreciation 


2,509.00 


835.00 


600.00 


816.00 


815.00 


Net surplus 


2,016.40 


2,036.17 


2,202.79 


1,846.64 


2,062.56 



















*Revenue not correctly classified for entire year. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



" C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Preston 
5,666 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill* 
1,207 


Ridgetown 
1,914 


Riverside 
3,334 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
706 


$ c. 

34,646.26 

16,778.41 

46,260.13 

936.00 


$ c. 

1,800.94 
463 . 19 

387.23 


$ c. 

2,057.16 
221.82 
662.81 


$ c. 

6,798.85 
1,636.49 
2,632.63 


$ c. 

7,699.38 

3,935.07 

4,952 . 24 

765.56 

2,222.58 


$ c. 

35,534.14 
4,379.72 
5,950.52 


$ c. 

1,936.29 
562.54 
932.10 


$ c. 

2,232.04 
1,690.94 
2,289.97 


4,810.86 
1,487.25 


420.00 


512.05 
"90^49 


1,485.00 
102.49 

73.34 


2,670.24 


838.50 


830.00 


315.80 


1,446.38 




42.92 


157.23 










105,234.71 


3,071.36 


3,544.33 


12,728.80 


21,021.21 


48,534.62 


4,312.35 


7,200.18 


70,237.99 
3,733.60 


1,991.33 


2,351.53 


6,723.04 


11,785.86 


22,825.47 


3,065.44 


4,001.15 


1,120.35 
















3,595.17 
347.76 


78.35 


51.13 


1,445.61 
40.30 
46.40 


1,360.84 


3,934.42 


105.43 


247.78 


505 . 74 






11.33 




15.95 


16.30 












457.94 


21.29 


22.14 


72.65 


357.71 


534.22 


36.70 


52.68 


1,235.28 








480.00 

1,657.48 
615.85 
619.93 

1,155.42 






276.00 


1,607.97 
1,389.55 


173.74 


393.10 


593.20 


4,383.62 


480.39 


210.47 
50.00 


3,901.20 

4,598.22 


141.43 
91.38 


529.54 

274.57 


465.63 
469.13 


4,104.51 

1,824.55 




394.86 
189.98 








92,730.77 


2,497.52 


3,622.01 


9,S55.96 


18,044.42 


37,606.79 


3,703.91 


5,439.22 


12,503.94 


573.84 




2,872.84 


2,976.79 


10,927.83 


608 . 44 


1,760.96 




77 68 
217.00 




5,820.00 


142 . 00 


265 . 00. 


972.00 


2,010.00 


150.00 


330.00 


6,683.94 


431.84 




2,607.84 


2,004.79 


8,917.83 


458.44 


1,430.96 




294.68 



















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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


St. 

Catharines 

21,810 


St. Clair 
Beach 

141 


St. 

George 

P.V. 


St. 

Jacobs 

P.V. 


St. 


Population 


Marys 
4,007 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


104,657.28 
23,497.08 
66,787.64 


1,368.95 

2,118.03 

534.71 


1,601.78 

590.25 

2,010.37 


1,812.08 
1,089.75 
3,561.42 


19,558.79 


Commercial light 


7,233.75 


Commercial power 


23,144.85 


Municipal power 


1,897.63 


Street lighting 


22,343.91 




288.00 


516.00 


3,496.00 


Rural service 






Miscellaneous 


1,816.42 




520.65 


55.00 


1,042.51 








Total earnings 


219,102.33 


4,021.69 


5,011.05 


7,034.25 


56,373.53 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


136,159.20 
4,621.35 


2,291.53 


1,978.03 


4,720.26 


37,339.70 


Substation operation 


1,385.10 


Substation maintenance 








11.26 


maintenance 


12,534.79 
579.63 
944.30 


385.09 


85.72 


26.29 


1,189.48 




98.78 


Meter maintenance . 








177.43 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


3,716.14 
724.86 
4,863.77 
11,038.94 
5,388.84 
8,978.45 

7,345.44 




113.25 


13.56 


410.88 


Promotion of business 














1,083.79 


General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses , 

Interest 


198.64 


488.00 

10.63 

270.31 

149.27 


335.88 


1,917.57 
1,150.36 


258.30 
207.83 


215.04 
264.10 


2,429.93 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,407.20 






Total expenses 


196,895.71 


■ 3,341.39 


3,095.21 


5,575.13 


49,601.48 






Gross surplus 


22,206.62 


680.30 


1,915.84 


1,459.12 


6,772.05 






Depreciation. . . 


11,447.00 


178.00 


234.00 


230.00 


1,366.00 






Net surplus 


10,759.62 


502.30 


1,681.84 


1,229.12 


5,406.05 








r 







927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



•' C "—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



St. 

Thomas 
17,152 


Sandwich 
7,035 


Sarnia 

15,588 


Scarboro 

Township 

15,340 


Sea forth 

1,860 


Simcoe 
4,344 


Spring- 
field 
417 


Stamford 

Township 

5,680 


72,718.10 

36,736.35 

60,356.00 

7,405.59 


84,417.44 

14,997.78 

7,853.09 


85,998.61 

39,010.89 

110,066.07 


59,009.33 

11,433.55 

15,570.94 

6,494.39 

9,012.89 


8,001.04 
4,897.10 
5,643.90 

400.00 
1,501.00 
1,506.20 

918.37 


9,566.51 
12,122.02 
11,700.25 

1,580.78 
3,088.58 


1,856.40 

713.75 

3,290.25 


30,401.81 
2,205.38 
6,112.47 


14,535.96 


7,286.49 


11,549.42 


736.00 


5,164.17 


: 3.629.88 




4,199.27 




249.72 




2,299.14 












195,381.88 


114,554.80 


250,824.26 


101,521.10 


22,867.61 


38,307.86 


6,596.40 


46,182.97 


117,913.21 
6.559.94 


76,567.85 


165,172.72 

3,066.70 

945.00 

5,190.55 

525.57 

1,431.37 


49,579.00 


14,659.24 


22,635.83 


3,917.39 


18,552.06 


417.51 






60.02 

3,363.86 
20.19 
64.46 


57.33 




5,040.46 
32.94 


1,324.76 
460. 80 
214.07 


8,527.49 
292.00 
248.37 


2,186.10 
21.13 
57.36 


3,960.37 
2.86 


561.96 




182.33 


735.54 






2.361.45 
763.31 


1,170.21 


2,744.58 


1,312.55 


350.06 


550.12 


49.27 


290.15 


4.674.02 


3,685.17 
3,643.67 
2,102.14 
6,474.01 

3,612.27 


3,765.03 

9,524.41 

8,143.00 

15,466.89 

13,686.01 


3,956.92 

3,584.73 

2,847.96 

10,600.41 

6,514.69 




1,062.72 
476.38 
980.91 

2,100.09 

1,297.57 


221.88 

176.36 

50.00 

185.36 

616.60 


1,362.74 


8,730.98 
13.485.82 


1,536.90 


3,816.01 
1,541.51 


3.198.94 
5,993.48 


1,250.00 

445.75 


5,565.94 
3,699.72 


170.469.56 


99,254.95 


229,661.83 


87,464.12 


20,506.54 


32,612.15 


5,274.19 


38,973.69 


24,912.32 


15,299.85 


21,162.43 


14,056.98 


2,361.07 


5,695.71 


1,3*22.21 


7,209.28 


10,928.00 


3,345.00 


13,255.00 


6,139.04 


1,605.00 


1,658.00 


243.00 


3,057.00 


13,984.32 


11,954.85 


7,907.43 


7,917.94 


756.07 


4,037.71 


1,079.21 


4,152.28 



















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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Stouffville 
1,086 


Stratford 
18,888 


Strathroy 

2,587 


Sutton 
880 


Tavistock 


Population 


1,013 






Earnings 

Domestic service . ' 

Commercial light 

Commercial power 

Municipal power ' 


S c. 

4,497.27 
2,127.47 
1,712.92 


$ c. 

133,938.93 

48,684.86 

43,122.25 

9,022.78 

19,750.38 


$ c. 

12,835.99 
7,351.09 

10,243.06 
1,235.95 
3,319.75 


$ c. 

5,532.48 

1,773.07 

522.59 


$ c. 

4,912.04 
1,607.38 

8,285.82 
427.55 


Street lighting ! 

Rural service 


1,674.00 


2,369.04 


1,227.79 


Miscellaneous 


15666 


8,510.96 


1,505.40 




445.77 








Total earnings . . . . 


10,161.66 


263,030.16 


36,491.24 


10,197.18 


16,-906.35 


Expenses 

Power purchased . , 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance . . 


5,113.22 


163,019.40 
4,722.40 
1,065.70 

5,657.48 

635.98 

1,313.13 


21,776.63 

84.79 

3.85 

393.44 
97 . 29 

,89.84 


4,983.51 


13,068.63 






Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


677.94 


434.60 


229.67 






Meter maintenance . 






38.65 


Consumers' premises expenses . 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


66.55 


3,073.74 


588.77 


76.26 


277.63 






Billing and collecting 




4,146.16 
2,122.70 

7,863.77 
21,775.00 

10,022.36 


938.32 
3,298.46 

196.80 
1,512.00 

2,028.07 


""547." 72 


362 . 14 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


368.77 


525.34 
61.22 


Interest 


867.53 
1,039.97 


1,311.54 
925.70 


250.21 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 


140.09 






Total expenses 


8,133.98 


225,417.82 


31,008.26 


8.279.33 


14,953 58 






Gross surplus 


2,027.68 


37,612.34 


5,482.9:8 


1,917.85 


1,952.77 






Depreciation 


328.00 


14,457.00 


2,320.00 


537.00 


486.00 






Xet surplus 


1,699.68 


23,155.34 


3,162.98 


1.380.85 


1/466.77 
















. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



" C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Tecum seh 
1.710 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Tharaes- 
ville 

815 


Thedford 

516 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 

5,812 


Tilbury 
1,939 


Tillson- 
burg 
3,147 


$ c. 

13,367.98 

2,989.96 

3&3 . 96 


$ c. 

1,746.15 
1,156.24 

3,758.87 


$ c. 

3,400.04 

2,181.28 

2,622.29 

298.35 

855.50 


$ c. 

2,207.24 

1,217.97 

780.83 


$ c. 

1,727.64 
518.96 

1,221.55 


$ c. 

17,384.37 
5,983.55 
3,581.25 
4,829.38 
4,439.00 


$ c. 

5,103.57 

4,470 . 22 

11,566.75 

415.81 

973.33 


$ c. 

11,720.44 

9,244.60 

12,183.59 

300.00 


539 . 00 


426.00 


1,300.00 


431.25 


3,048.00 





265.12 


632.54 


262.05 


11.15 


418.80 


717.21 


1,661.02 


17,280.90 


7,352.38 


9,990.00 


5,768.09 


3,910.55 


36,636.35 


23,246.89 


38,157.65 


6,434.88 


4,503.02 


5,117.68 


3,995.49 


2,763.27 


18,520.22 
2,515.04 


13,266.22 


20,588.11 














978.90 


2,002.41 


135.84 


258.13 


236.56 


22.85 


2,315.46 
53.15 
69.30 


684.97 


1,699.57 
59.44 














6.12 
















174.48 


88.77 


108.90 


1.50 


28.72 


189.66 


24.67 


278.74 
100.33 




140.00 
64.63 
53.70 

178.73 

299.79 










577.53 
818.66 
236.07 
695.08 

449.27 


i 1,047.28 


1,988.64 


437.23 
66.01 

424.44 

405.67 


178.80 


168,52 


2,450.32 

1,905.13 

267 16 

451.80 


2,714.81 
719.05 


1,664.46 

843 . 55 


872.28 
566.27 


102.70 
61.29 


909.24 
1,118.18 


13,108.42 


5,464.48 


6,818.06 


5,850.90 


3,147.35 


28,737.24 


16,752.47 


30,219.77 


4,172.48 


1,887.90 


3,171.94 




763.20 


7,899.11 


6,494.42 


7,937.88 




82.81 
250.00 




789.00 


132.00 


505.00 


163.00 


2,135.00 


614.00 


2,320.00 


3,383.48 


1,755.90 


2,666.94 




600.20 


5,764.11 


5,880.42 


5,617.88 




332.81 



















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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population. . 



Earnings 



Domestic service . . 
Commercial light. . 
Commercial power. 
Municipal power. . 
Street lighting. . . . 
Rural service 
Miscellaneous 



Total earnings . . 
Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business. . . 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Total expenses, 

Gross surplus. , 
Gross loss. . . . 
Depreciation. . 
Xet surplus. . . 
Net loss 



Toronto 
542,187 



2,393,894.64 
2,154,321.54 
2,564,803.00 
1,410,196.29 
471,143.12 



237,258.66 



9,231,617.25 



4,503,529 
236,041 
225,362. 

343,150, 

51,803, 

104,496, 

244,767, 

127,728, 
193,771 
304,769 
282,807 
200,290 
1,133,558 



752,173.84 



8,704,251.66 



527,365.59 



515,957.12 



11,408.47 



Toronto 

Township 

7,438 



40,337.34 
5,020.37 
7,002.42 



3,554.64 



55,914.77 



24,108.26 



4,920.01 



55.73 



351.60 



1,898.73 
2,911.00 
2,396.69 
4,076.08 

2,884.65 



43,602.75 



12,312.02 



4,869.00 



7,443.02 



Trafalgar 

Township 

3,832 



9,473.65 
571.31 

1,237.77 



64.45 



11,347.18 



5,107.00 



1,444.39 

* *ii .27 



1,324.10 

458.87 

1,035.17 

638.42 



10,029.22 



1,317.96 



717.00 



600.96 



Walker- 
ville 

8.558 



83,794.11 
30,514.16 
84,927.80 



12,143.87 
28,09i.'i6 



239,471.10 



125,873.05 
7,097.77 
1,132.53 

2,895.07 

418.15 

3,197.28 

2,684.19 

2.166.73 



6,774.09 

10,501 47 

5,432.25 

6,960.00 

10,522.27 



185,654.85 



53,816.25 



10,189.00 



43,627.25 



Wallace- 
burg 
4.119 



14,153.38 
7,644.51 

54,797.08 
1,119.72 
2,872.92 



1,796.38 



82,383.99 



54,184.74 
587.31 



2,754.61 
99.85 
48.10 



713.40 



434.05 
4,418.95 
2,084.69 
3,531.23 

1,124.68 



69,981.61 



12,402.38 



2,886.00 



9.516.38 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



44 C "-— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926. 



Wards- 
ville 
187 


Water- 
down 
866 


Water- 
ford 
1,109 


Waterloo 
6,596 


Watford 
1,010 


Welland 
8,942 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West 

Lome 

821 


$ c. 

912.55 
558.18 


$ c. 

3,615.49 
611.61 

1,777.25 

29.20 

957.00 

6,568.35 
291.52 


$ c. 

4,587.79 
1,525.72 
4,858.73 
229.94 
1,254.60 


$ c. 

39,508.41 
14,888.85 
36,854.66 
3,599.67 
6,676.55 
2,453.65 
1,900.12 


$ c. 

5,460.59 
3,270.99 
1,897.72 
328.32 
1,105.60 


$ c. 

46,330.41 

24,872.07 

51,074.94 

3,776.62 

7,249.84 


$ c. 

1,786.65 

654.73 

3,227.99 


$ c. 

2,194.87 
1,597.42 
8,729.92 






680.00 


796.50 


1,005.90 


94.48 


119.46 


220.42 


5,632.50 


15.00 


140.91 


2,245.21 


13,850.42 


12,576.24 


105,881.91 


12,283.64 


138,936.38 


6,480.87 


13,669.02 


1,244.22 


6,958.50 


8,584.73 


70,322.85 

2,604.78 

354.62 

2,156.28 

33.72 

375.64 


7,507.69 


68,286.74 

4,210.26 

114.92 

3,513.88 
341.89 

2,055.86 
380.60 

466.91 

232.86 

2,869.54 

8,220.53 

3,028.72 

17,495.49 

7,592.78 


5,235.13 


11,812.24 














72.10 


691.49 


557.17 


1,381.46 


26.45 


60.01 


























30.75 


151.94 


104.39 


1,027.63 


152.97 


78.34 


79.63 






416.00 

197.83 

73.88 


2,086.70 
5,311.48 
1,287.06 
4,817.08 

3,473.92 




201.16 
91.71 
55.39 

309.42 

344.46 


684.50 


132.09 


955.16 


708.35 
177.84 
346.91 

489.88 


83.15 
79.24 


400.19 
274.61 


1,048.64 
370.78 


433.46 
170.93 








2,153.96 


10,176.51 


9,934.00 


93,851.76 


10,765.10 


118,810.98 


6,342.06 


13,403.16 


91.25 


3,673.91 


2,642.24 


12,030.15 


1,518.54 


20,125.40 


138.81 


265.86 


148.00 


231.00 


676.00 


6,343.00 


532.00 


8,826.44 


217.00 


470.00 




3,442.91 


1,966.24 


5,687.15 


986.54 


11,298.96 






56. 75 


78.19 


204.14 

















320 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Weston 

3,882 


Wheat ley 
665 


Windsor 
52,638 


Woodbridge 
758 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

21,749.00 
4,926.53 

45,030.00 

1,839.34 

8,884.09 

6,976.33 

81.79 


$ c. 

3,136.51 

2,871.40 

819.76 


$ c. 

455,726.51 

192,831.92 

194,061.89 

76,013.85 

71,512.63 


$ c 
2,952.77 


Commercial light 


1,092.88 


Commercial power 


3,101.71 
205 . 83 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,118.95 


880.00 


Rural service 


103.52 


Miscellaneous 




6,419.32 


342 . 65 








Total earnings 


89,487.08 


7,946.62 


996,566.12 


8,679.36 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


59,034.12 
142.77 


3,365.70 


583,961.05 
30,091.57 
12,133.16 

18,221.82 

3,171.38 

10,125.36 

14,724.30 

18,563.38 
2,628.58 
26,173.74 
20,330.60 
23,724.38 
61,504.15 

47,798.37 


6,224.69 


Substation operation .... 




Substation maintenance 






Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


4,082.68 

194.16 

95.29 


149.23 


652 . 65 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




5.20 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


1,447.42 


61.85 


31.36 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




195.00 

128.82 

62.12 

576.08 

414.97 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


3,824.25 
2,247.74 
3,167.28 

2,090.03 


645.08 


Interest 


443.54 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


200.45 






Total expenses 


76,325.74 


4,953.77 


873,151.84 


8,202.97 






Gross surplus 


13,161.34 


2,992.85 


123,414.28 


476.39 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


4,013.00 


288.00 


35,245.00 


611.00 






Net surplus . . 


9,148.34 


2,704.85 


88,169.28 




Net loss 


134.61 













*For year ending December 31st, 1925. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"C"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Woodstock 
10,114 


Wyoming 
460 


York 

Township* 
47,233 


East York 

Township 

20,859 


North York 
Township 

8,327 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

57,341.87 

28,987.38 

42,415.17 

3,093.14 


$ c. 

1,846.24 

1,183.24 

369.31 


$ c. 

287,588.63 
38,060.58 
78,788.40 


$ c. 

100,287.61 

8,470.87 

47,659.01 

795.34 

10,902.71 


$ c. 

31,427.60 
4,039.12 
1,061.74 
2,836.35 
1,515.72 


$ c. 

2,081.21 
1,183.47 
2,962.58 

* *68i.*96 


$ c. 

6,672,561.52 
3,648,936.88 
5,655,734.60 
1,805,528 40 


6,843.35 


900.00 


34,698.89 


. 1,233,640.87 
25,889.67 


2,132.84 


42.25 




586.52 


3,315.72 


164.59 


418,974 90 








140,813.75 


4,341.04 


439,136.50 


168,702.06 


44,196.25 


7,073.81 


19,461,266.84 


92,950.30 

3,185.51 


2,367.28 


140,586.08 

13,487.67 


84,413.49 


15,438.42 


5,171.56 


10,572,978.21 
400,306.48 


98.63 










271,093.06 


5,120.47 
3.82 


44.78 


7,799.22 

5,440.40 

6,917.63 

21,825.76 

3,712.73 

9,066.30 

31,440.87 

37,050.62 

8,294.07 

117,308.83 

15,065.96 


5,711.23 

311.82 

1,505.23 

1,714.39 

834.83 
9,146.12 


3,364.47 


278.83 


658,346.08 
77,256.02 


774.70 




59.13 




172,084.36 






. 


295,056 38 


1,424.49 


67.64 


199.44 


82.36 


242,632.81 
235,209.42 


3,621.02 








528,121.18 


4,452.59 
3,184.95 


325.76 


9,173.22 

6,162.89 

17,853.38 

10,101.89 


. 2,433.35 
2,166.35 
7,281.80 

2,234.46 


137.31 


701,448.20 
399,938.49 


4,166.13 

2,285.02 


398.46 
497.03 


270.03 

119.97 


1,897,861.58 
1,234,635.46 


121,267.63 


3,700.95 


417,996.14 


146,928.49 


33,177.42 


6,060.06 


17,686,967.73 


19,546.12 


640.09 


21,140.36 


21,773.57 


11,018.83 


1,013.75 


1,774,299.11 


7,978.00 


274.00 


11,306.00 


6,828.00 


3,238.00 


275.00 


1,001,261.17 


11,568.12 


366.09 


9,834.36 


14,945.57 


7,780.83 


738.75 


773,037.94 

















12 H 



322 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alliston 
1,289 


Arthur 
1,153 


Barrie 
7,429 


Beavertcn 

988 


Beeton 


Population 


569 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c 

7,710.38 
3,823.93 
1,351.77 
597.96 
2,269.61 


$ c 

4,204.08 
3,371.28 
4,296.35 


$ c 

31,794.34 

14,929.63 

11,917.57 

1,213.42 

4,925.65 

89.69 

1,132.03 


$ c 

3,883.41 
1,802.47 
3,021.92 


$ c 
2,906.77 


Commercial light 


2 067 34 


Commercial power 


3,012.46 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


2,152.03 


1,175.33 

1,647.95 

110.00 


1,386.00 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous 






59 74 










Total earnings 


15,753.65 


14,023.74 


66,002.33 


11,641.08 


9,432 31 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


9,804.90 


7,523.21 


42,496.13 
178.65 


5,829.66 


7,054.31 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


846.67 


671.41 


2,969.14 
37.33 
16.17 


919.87 


104 18 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 










Consumers' prefhises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


170.48 


111.32 


1,778.09 


41.16 


31.02 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 












General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


994.00 


470.61 


3,890.05 

970.25 

2,123.26 

1,993.64 


338.76 


433.08 


Interest 


2,348.97 
904.18 


1,690.02 

428.22 


588.03 
270.30 


974.09 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 


317.68 






Total expenses 


15,069.20 


10,894.79 


56,452.71 


7,987.78 


8,914.36 






Oross surplus 


684.45 


3,128.95 


9,549.62 


3,653.30 


517.95 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


965.00 


730.00 


4,744.00 


746.00 


445.00 






Net surplus 




2,398.95 


4,805.62 


2,907.30 


72.95 


Net loss 


280.55 















1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



4 ' C "—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Bradford 
974 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
910 


Chats- 
worth 

285 


Chesley 
1,701 


Cold- 
water 
608 


Colling- 
wood 
6,259 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


$ c. 

4,409 . 69 
2,984.00 
4,817.50 


$ c. 

848.30 
1,037.89 
1,451.65 


$ c. 

4,044.35 
2,224.64 
1,434.11 


$ c. 

1,321.94 
599.86 

78.53 


$ c, 

6,798.83 
3,982.12 
6,815.09 
1,343.11 
1,635.00 


$ c. 

1,972.44 
1,247.09 
2,452.61 


$ c. 

22,660.60 

10,594.51 

17,838.33 

1,557.39 

3,337.67 


$ c 

1,855.02 

1,382.84 

78.99 


1,474.20 


440.00 


1,241.00 


414.00 


576.00 


1,008.00 




150.00 






394.05 


270.00 


2,364.85 


22.83 










13,685.39 


3,927.84 


8,944.10 


2.414.33 


20,968.20 


6,518.14 


58,353.35 


4,347.68 


8,899.09 


2,255.58 


4,308.63 


1,609.95 


12,866.61 


3,728.36 


43,942.24 
34.07 


2,373.88 
















187.60 


211.33 


971.69 


31.74 


615.47 


489.56 


1,026.09 


15.99 














35.40 


















33.84 


33.99 


52.70 


1.50 


69.95 


49.00 


339.98 
















396.54 

710.94 

99.88 

1,021.09 

1,315.48 




1,873.28 
2,421.36 
1,049.35 
1,031.30 

2,271.62 




543.82 


24.50 


586.17 

18.46 

665.55 

414.25 


221.24 


281.98 


434.64 


1,392.28 
397.22 


415.85 
68.13 


308.64 
189.00 


316.14 

183.73 


731.14 
543.44 


11,453.85 


3,009.38 


7,017.45 


2,362.07 


17,095.96 


5,048.77 


54,024.69 


4,099.09 


2,231.54 


918.46 


1,926.65 


52.26 


3,872.24 


1,469.37 


4,328.66 


248.59 


564 00 


101.00 


466 . 00 


181.00 


901.00 


191.00 


1,217.00 


359.00 


1,667.54 


817.46 


1,460.65 


128.74 


2,971.24 


1,278.37 


3,111.66 


110.41 

















324 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipalitv 


Creemore 
650 


Dundalk 
713 


Durham 
1,627 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 


Population 


P.V. 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,608.24 
1,282.68 
1,682.43 


$ c. 

1,980.07 
1,737.04 
3,719.60 


$ c. 

4,209.89 

3,108.19 

13,398.49 


$ c. 

1,651.82 
1.238.18 
4,109.93 


$ c. 
868 . 73 


Commercial light 


463 . 93 


Commercial power 


1,329.11 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 

Rural service 


570.00 


783.00 


1,667.94 


762.07 


414.00 


Miscellaneous 


250.00 


391.61 


828.68 


266.00 


10.69 






Total earnings 


5,393.35 


8,611.32 


23,213.19 


8,028.00 


3,086.46 


Expenses 
PoWer purchased . . . 


4,354.99 


4.274.63 


12,505.60 


6,219.88 


2 049 19 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


60.71 


329.86 


217.03 


784.20 


75.22 


Meter maintenance 












Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


32.16 


73.26 


1.25 


26.52 


19 40 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 












General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


406.67 


752.70 


1,855.10 

246.00 

1.019.46 

1,609.62 


281.50 


200.00 


Interest 


254.38 
335.42 


173.45 
244 . 90 


325.87 
198.67 


325.34 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


306.88 


Total expenses 


5,444.33 


. 5,848.80 


17,454.06 


7,836.64 


2,976.03 


Gross surplus 




2,762.52 


5,759.13 


191.36 


110.43 


Gross loss 


50.98 
308.00 




Depreciation 


331.00 


820.00 


174.00 


182.00 






Net surplus 




2,431.52 


4,939.13 


17.36 




Net loss 


358.98 


71.57 













927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



44 C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Flesherton 
461 


Grand 

Valley 

653 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,723 


Hanover 
2,881 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,717 


Kincardine 
2,067 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


$' c. 

1,774.69 
1,319.65 

462.85 


$ c. 

2,662.16 
2,265.47 
1,893.88 


$ c. 

6,472.00 
4,614.96 
9,080.15 
1,044.11 
1,816.00 


$ c. 

14,919.49 
6,654.65 

18,754.88 

337.25 

3,461.16 


$ c, 

895.16 
603.65 
185.10 

490.66 


$ c. 

11,145.85 
5,375 00 

15,877.83 
1,126.67 
2,276.00 


S c. 

10,715.61 
6,731.48 
4,389.60 
1,438.09 
3,844.00 


$ c. 

505.44 
534.98 
475.79 


576.00 
340.99 


832.00 


460.77 




232.91 


512.59 


1,174.59 




539.74 














4,474.18 


7,886.42 


23,539.81 


45,302.02 


?,l7o.91 


36,341.09 


27,118.78 


1,976.98 


2,660.12 


4,632.56 


8,969.72 


25.434.14 


1,314.28 


26,516.54 


15,860.39 


1,316.09 


















92.34 


42.94 


1,846.63 


2,370.64 


120.36 


2,968.84 


1,111.84 


233.50 


































24.66 


51.01 


124.85 


139.43 


24.41 


100.53 


250.13 


21.67 


















251.79 


477.93 


1,870.20 


1,895.59 

111.50 

4,141.44 

3,513.24 


90.40 


1,140.31 


2,040.80 

59.05 

3,192.22 

2,128.69 


63.94 


463 . 08 
178.50 


453 . 82 
505.21 


1,439.09 
2,449.68 


289.42 
146.97 


700.58 

1,257.41 


370.48 
218.26 


3,670.49 


6,163.47 


16,700.17 


37,605.98 


1,985.84 


32,684.21 


24,643.12 


2,223.94 


803 . 69 


1,722.95 


6,839.64 


7,696.04 


188.07 


3,656.88 


2,475.66 


246 . 96 


258.00 


398.00 


1,387.00 


2,415.00 


85.00 


747 . 00 


1,375.00 


152.00 


545 . b9 


1,324.95 


5,452.64 


5,281.04 


103.07 


2,909.88 


1,100.66 


398.96 



















326 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 












Municipality 


Lucknow 
982 


Markdale 
876 


Meaford 
2,576 


Midland 
8,060 


Mount 


Population 


Forest 
1,797 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,755.63 
3,053.08 
3,656.36 


$ c. 

2,540.40 

1,839.10 

1,126.67 

90.00 

762 . 75 


$ c. 

9,050.92 
5,329.03 
3,417.12 
872.06 
3,067.09 


$ c 

27,716.83 

12,064.36 

82,747.41 

3,479.14 

6,119.01 


$ c. 
6,019.88 


Commercial light 


5,197.12 
3,866.12 
1,508.22 
2,512.06 


Commercial power 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,400.00 
124.02 
128.22 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous 


78.02 


830.67 


1,464.32 


295.50 






Total earnings 


13,117.31 


6,436.94 


22,566.89 


133,591.07 


19,398.90 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


7,760.09 


3,486.08 


9,350.50 


87,234.49 

2,064.79 

104.27 

3,300.51 
241.06 
702.80 


10,286.45 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


161.55 


192.21 


792 . 22 


999.99 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 










Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


107.32 


55.25 


112.60 


665.87 
334.37 
2,073.87 
2,246.25 
3,075.09 
4,400.43 

4,298.07 


226.78 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 






754.26 
2,075.53 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


603.37 


553.32 


1,139.96 


Interest 


1,007.00 

651.52 


451.00 
202.84 


2,625.14 
1,000.00 


1,015.05 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


986.27 






Total expenses 


10,290.85 


.4,940.70 


16,710.25 


110,741.87 


14,654.50 






Gross surplus 


2,826.46 


1,496.24 


5,856.64 


22,849.20 


4,744.40 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


486.00 


433.00 


932.00 


6,523.00 


953.00 






Net surplus 


2,340.46 


1,063.24 


4,924.64 


16,326.20 


3,791.40 


Net loss 
















1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



" C "—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Neustadt 

476 


Orange- 
ville 
2,649 


Owen 
Sound 
12,231 


Paisley 

775 


Penetang- 

uishene 

3,936 


Port 

McNicoll 

630 


Port 
Perry 

1,153 


Priceville 
P.V. 


$ c 

1,845.91 

993.48 

2.030.42 


$ c. 

7,293.26 
5,785.75 
6,611.10 
342.00 
3,810.14 


$ c. 

40,703.22 

25,881.42 
30,208.73 


$ c. 

3,446.37 

2,028.80 

983.55 


$ c, 

6,965.67 
3,029.38 
12,529.55 
1,709.06 
1,840.00 


$ c. 

2,677.41 
676.27 


$ c. 

5,159.40 
2,046.84 
2,533.12 
507.71 
1,710.00 


$ c. 

561.46 
242.74 








975.00 


8,688.33 


1,760.00 


559.00 


441.00 




87.32 


915.24 


147.02 


884.57 




429.59 










5,844.81 


23,929.57 


106,396.94 


8,365.74 


26,958.23 


3,912.68 


12,386.66 


• 1,245.20 


4,512.08 


13,606.15 


52,828.16 

2,576.20 

559.24 

6,884.98 
267.11 
921.11 


4,653.92 


16,288.70 

1,967.89 

102.85 

2,049.58 
43.65 
19.20 


2,048.11 


6,535.35 


792.36 














49.77 


1,377.97 


102.48 


21.10 


602 . 54 


6.45 


























37.58 


156.08 


1,327.73 


91.36 


129.82 


28.82 


46.85 


4.00 






2,008.51 
2,979.17 
3,402.15 
4,044.09 

1,679.20 




312.55 
1,165.29 

854.22 
1,458.50 

1,421.38 








410.00 


1,006.52 


358.70 


370.10 


411.94 


40.50 


1,001.07 

686.38 


1,248.33 
1,736.38 


828.14 
510.73 


344.79 
319.62 


1,215.73 
497.14 


401.31 
314.08 


6,696.88 


19,131.43 


79,477.65 


6,545.33 


25,813.63 


3,132.54 


9,309.55 


1,558.70 




4,798.14 


26,919.29 


1,820.41 


1,144.60 


780.14 


3,077.11 








449 . 00 


1,126.00 


5,296.63 


309.00 


895.00 


267.00 


509.00 


131.00 




3,672.14 


21,622.66 


1,511.41 


249 . 60 


513.14 


2,568.11 




1.301.07 


444 . 50 



















328 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Ripley 
454 


Shelburne 

1,134 


Stayner 
967 


Sunderland 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 


$ c. 

2,119.12 
2,369.29 


$ c. 

4,696.04 
3,316.89 
3,079.27 
451.38 
1,110.00 


• $ c. 

2,941.99 
1,645.43 
2,783.53 


$ c. 
2,025 30 




1,251 57 




918 43 


Municipal power 






Street lighting . . 


1,323.00 

254.78 


1,100.00 


600 00 


Rural service . 




Miscellaneous.. 


186.01 


416.70 










Total earnings 


6,066.19 


12,839.59 


8,887.65 


4,795.30 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,880.79 


8,045.86 


5,440.45 


£,691.54 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










maintenance 


28.81 


533.31 


603 . 20 


330.28 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance. . 










Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


28.64 


36.56 


116.44 


20.35 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting. . 










General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


307.78 


467.87 

98.85 

684.86 

932.72 


412.44 


256.95 


Interest 


811.00 
253.90 


528.64 
721.95 


362.03 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 


216.83 






Total expenses 


5,310.92 


10,800.03 


7,823.12 


3.877.98 






Gross surplus 


755.27 


2,039.56 


1 ,064 . 53 


917.32 


( rioss loss 




Depreciation .... 


298.00 


685.00 


209.00 


218.00 






Xet surplus 


457.27 


1,354.56 


855 . 53 


699.32 


Net loss . . . 















1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



" C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



Tar a 

480 


Teesvvater 

862 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

544 


Uxbridge 
1,452 


Victoria 
Harbor 

1,425 


$ c. 

2,453.51 

1,870.18 

932 . 63 


$ c. 

4,003.36 

2,735.74 
3,760.36 


$ c. 

878.36 
470.61 
434.25 


$ c. 

2,492.96 

1,632.53 

756.67 

295.35 

1,225.08 


$ c. 

5,344.42 
3,129.57 
1,511.33 


$ c. 

2,063.34 
969.57 






1,675.00 


1,824.00 


840.00 


2,061.34 


912.00 










515.00 














6,931.32 


12.323.46 


2,623.22 


6,402.59 


12,561.66 


3,944.91 


4,667.38 


8,485.68 


1,660.02 


4,564.60 


6,688.80 


2,569.93 














163.76 


78.41 




380.13 


567.47 


70.25 
































58.25 


36.84 


20.22 


39.60 


56.84 


25.00 














429.90 


467.12 


86.88 


.171.19 

50.00 

682.96 

268.11 


714.68 


408.81 


840.33 
648.12 


1,640.90 
1,228.72 


613.82 
282.71 


960 . 40 


231.78 
318.43 








6,807.74 


11,937.67 


2,663.65 


6,156.59 


8,988.19 


3,624.20 


123 58 


385.79 




246.00 


3,573.47 


320 71 




40.43 
230.00 




397 00 


470.00 


308.00 


396.00 


311.00 










3,177.47 


9 71 


273.42 


84.21 


270.43 


62.00 











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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality ... . 


Waubaushene 
P.V. 


Wingham 
2,421 


Wood vi lie 
444 


GEORGIAN 


Population 


BAY SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,352.01 
382.32 
323.80 


$ c. 

9,795.43 

7.362.74 

10,593.28 

313.91 

4,206.01 


$ c. 

1,889.57 

961.66 

1,411.51 


$ c. 

314,611.07 

182,242.93 

310,141.73 

18,226.83 

91,430.24 

2,457.43 

17,242.94 




Commercial power 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


418.00 


504.00 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous ... 




1,994.95 


159.50 






Total earnings 


2,476.13 


34,266.32 


4,926.24 


936,353.17 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,454.14 


17,602.76 
1,390.46 


2,359.69 


558,294.76 

8,212.06 

766.36 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 






maintenance 


45.42 


2,173.58 


350.56 


41,181.38 
589.15 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 








1,694.68 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




131.28 


45.06 


7,207.45 


Promotion of business 




334.37 


Billing and collecting 




765.61 
1,185.94 

107.03 
3,730.02 

3,260.45 




8,184.62 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


332.69 


207.52 


41,488.50 
10,141.83 


Interest 


139.60 
170.40 


279.37 
157.44 


58,301.28 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures .... 


45,153.73 




Total expenses 


2,142.25 


30,347.13 


3,399.64 


781,550.17 






Gross surplus 


333. 88 


3,919.19 


1,527.60 


154,803.00 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


166.00 


1,991.00 


151.00 


44,381.63 






Net surplus .... 


167.88 


1,928.19 


1,375.60 


110,421.37 


Net loss 













1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



331 



" C "— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



ST. LAWRENCE 
SYSTEM 


Alexandria 

2,372 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Brockville 
9,119 


Chester- 
ville 
1,060 


Lancaster 
599 


Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
812 


Prescott 
2,652 


$ c. 

6,402.04 

4,661.93 

10,684.95 


$ c. 

790.05 
698.18 
479.20 


$ c. 

28,476.09 

18,390.79 

38,398.03 

8,569.99 

9,569.75 


$ c. 

4,107.23 
1,988.39 
8,443.24 


$ c. 

2,015.62 

1,042.42 

119.61 


$ c. 

608.72 
. 628.41 


$ c. 

2,911.82 

1,943.84 

261.92 


$ c. 

8,201.23 

4,233.88 
5,088.84 
2,398.47 


2,139.40 




2,751.00 


575.00 


1,275.00 


1,496.50 


375.00 

108.57 
60.66 


1,992.09 


3,425.00 






4,056.79 


677.71 






544.24 












26,639.32 


2,542.43 


107,461.44 


16,491.57 


4,674.15 


1,781.36 


7,109.67 


23,891.66 


15,182.61 


1,876.70 


37,280.23 

5,284.85 

917.72 

2,109.22 
70.10 

1,085.81 


9,179.67 


3,383.43 


849.57 


4,544.87 


9,670.80 

1,631.98 

21 00 














1,238.70 


35.23 


1,335.22 


97.73 


10.00 


342.28 


2,065.95 














54.50 
















228.25 


15.00 


1,033.83 
60.35 
1,917.91 
4,409.53 
1,824.98 
7,602.19 

5,184.20 


110.00 


37.45 


41.05 


67.29 


554.28 














959.35 


1,202.44 
74.64 


279.84 


507.53 


242.29 


56.54 


231.10 


1,913.16 
257.02 


2,624.34 
1,991.87 


321.55 
203.97 


235.17 
312.63 


808.35 
472.95 


305.98 

218.27 


901.27 
599.72 


524.00 
1,324.68 


22,542.85 


2,732.29 


68,780.92 


11,680.22 


5,042.20 


1,481.41 


6,686.53 


18,976.72 


4,096.47 




38,680.52 


4,811.35 




299.95 


423.14 


4,914.94 




189.86 
118.00 


368.05 
207.00 




985.00 


5,225.00 


420.00 


96.00 


385.00 


1,906.00 


3,111.47 




33,455.52 


4,391.35 




203.95 


38.14 


3,008.94 




307.86 


575.05 

















332 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



ST. LAWRENCE 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Russell* 
P.V. 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,084 


ST. LAWRENCE 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,478.86 
1,198.98 

779.87 


S c. 

1,023.42 
514 56 
291.51 


$ c. 

4,995.70 
2,130.61 
1,499.22 


$ c. 
61,010.78 


Commercial light 


37,431.99 
66,046.39 
13,107.86 


Commercial power 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,472.00 


270.00 


1,170.00 


24,371.34 
108.57 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous 




45.00 


1,155.18 


6,539.58 








Total earnings 


4,929.71 


2,144.49 


10,950.71 


208,616.51 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,977.58 


1,276.03 


5,391.52 


91,613.01 


Substation operation 


6,916.83 


Substation maintenance 








938.72 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


81.11 


183.38 


1,172.13 


8,670.95 
70.10 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 








1,140.31 


Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


17.80 


13.05 


73.39 


2,191.39 


Promotion of business 


60.35 


Billing and collecting 








2,877.26 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


160.88 


25.92 


671.30 


9,700.53 

2,156.64 


Interest 


355.10 
286.79 


88.91 
142.25 


518.10 
255.60 


14,284.96 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


10,992.93 






Total expenses 


3,879.26 


1,729.54 


8,082.04 


151,613.98 






Gross surplus .... 


1,050.45 


414.95 


2,868.67 


57,002.53 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 




96.00 


453.00 


9,891.00 








Net surplus . . . 


1,050.45 


318.95 


2,415.67 


47,111.53 


Net loss 















Nine months operation. 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



" C "—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



RIDEAU 
SYSTEM 



Carleton Place 
4,221 


Kemptville 
1,238 


Lanark 
624 


Perth 
3,640 


Smiths Falls 

6,857 


RIDEAU 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


S c. 

16,388.22 
8,994.38 

21,668.90 
2,683.52 


$ c. 

5,404.05 
6,118.60 
4,063.07 


$ c. 

2,148.26 

1,349.71 

135.17 


$ c. 

16,098.36 

10,076.07 

16,337.47 

2,790.80 

2,553.15 


S c. 

35,553.94 

16,160.25 

17,336.82 

1,901.14 

6,421.64 


$ c. 

75.592.83 

42,699.01 

59,541.43 

7,375.46 


2,754.59 


1,599.00 


720.00 


14,048.38 


1,484.78 


749.95 




4,035.22 


1,620.50 


7,890.45 








53.974.39 


17,934.67 


4,353.14 


51,891.07 


78,994.29 


207,147.56 


34,074.06 


8,851.15 


2,606.32 


31,350.97 
380.00 


36,165.91 

1,571.83 

2.65 

2,343.65 

87.82 

656.34 


113,048.41 

1 951 83 


134.31 






136 96 


2,270.82 
124.36 


1,538.26 


49.00 


1,220.84 

16.93 

323.12 


7,422.57 
229.11 


218.77 






1,198.23 










537.65 


71.11 


17.37 


99.94 


957.84 


1,683.91 


1,396.14 






1,253.41 
2,689.67 
1,325.92 
6,029.57 

1,933.20 


1,465.26 
2,560.51 
1,363.85 
9,353.91 

8,195.88 


4,114 81 


1,297.32 
307.34 


886.89 


273.13 


7,707.52 
2,997 11 


3,631.46 
1,602.58 


1,431.19 
423.17 


339.67 

308.87 


20,785.80 
12,463.70 


45,594.81 


13,201.77 


3,594.36 


46,623.57 


64,725.45 


173,739.96 


8,379.58 


4,732.90 


758.78 


5,267.50 


14,268.84 


33,407.60 


1,625.00 


598.00 


170.00 


2,187.00 


4,195.00 


8,775.00 


6,754.58 


4,134.90 


588.78 


3,080.50 


10,073.84 


24,632.60 















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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



OTTAWA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 

Population . . 



Earnings 



Domestic service . . 
Commercial light . . 
Commercial power 
Municipal power. . 
Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



and 



Total earnings 

Expenses 

Power purchased . . . T 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on Debentures 



Total expenses 

Gross surplus. 

Gross loss 

Depreciation . . 

Net surplus. . . 
Net loss 



Nipigon 
P.V. 



1,640.67 
1,761.82 



375.00 



3,777.49 



1,590.63 



42.15 
i5]66 



19.89 



282.04 
589^90 
288.16 



2,827.77 



949.72 



235.00 



714.72 



Port Arthur 
17,021 

$ c 



74,393.79 
47,762.49 
558,362.55 
35,758.13 
16,348.61 



9,549.49 



742,175.06 



507,307.85 

18,909.87 

5,270.32 

30,276.21 

773.88 

4,259.93 



3,698.65 
516.67 

4,828.20 
14,557.19 

9,210.58 
21,417.37 

10,145.25 



631,171.97 



111,003.09 



8,243.30 



102.759.79 



THUNDER 

BAY SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 



76,034.46 
49,524.31 
558,362.55 
35,758.13 
16,723.61 



9,549.49 



745,952.55 



508,898.48 

18,909.87 

5,270.32 

30,318.36 

773.88 

4,274.93 



3,718.54 
516.67 

4,828.20 
14,839.23 

9,210.58 
22,007.27 

10,433.41 



633,999.74 



111.952.81 



,478.30 



103,474.51 



Ottawa 
118,088 



235,069.48 

116,694.14 

52,259.87 

30,418.66 

^8,440.70 



3,261.09 



496,143.94 



178,063.37 

13,398.51 

712.19 

26,766.77 

443.57 

7,519.47 



32,792.49 
7,439.79 
28,496.48 
19,592.91 
17,620.56 
42,223.88 

19,160.48 



394,235.47 



101,908.47 



54,242.00 



47,666.47 



1927 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



" C "—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



TRENT 
SYSTEM 



Bloom- 
field 
653 


Havelock 
1,214 


Kingston 
21,621 


Lakefield 
1,226 


Mar- 
mora 
733 


Nor- 
wood 
750 


Omemee 
472 


Peter- 
horo 
21,726 


Picton 

3,128 


$ c. 

2,611.64 
1,251.81 
o,304.42 


$ c. 

5,297.60 
1,430.47 
6,071.05 


$ c. 

86,205.34 

70,817.19 

59,867.66 

6,754.35 


$ c 

5,113.87 
3,963.29 
1,730.07 


$ c. 

2,642.44 

1,704.50 

164.65 


$ c. 

3,376.03 
1,985.74 
1,530.91 


$ c. 

2,066.32 
1,244.59 
5,240.69 


$ c. 

85,815.55 
50,324.99 
61,347.38 

2,621.77 
16,439.83 

9,355.06 
36.90 


$ c. 

13,735.42 
6,513.43 
6,616.35 
2,692.80 


731.00 


2,056.00 


20,000.00 


1,983.96 


1,740.00 


1,913.00 


868.15 


3,515.04 




125.00 


3,355.36 


349.50 




90.00 




2,873.53 


7,898.87 


14,980.12 


246,999.90 


13,140.69 


6,251.59 


8,895.68 


9,419.75 


225,941.48 


35,946.57 


4,398.48 


9,094.91 


86,818.77 

11,784.19 

5,090.32 

15,034.33 

861.02 

3,688.83 

1,790.00 

4,486.88 

202.44 

4,749.92 

10,645.93 

18,882.35 
12,537.34 

10,093.25 


7,121.79 


2,650.93 


3,387.41 


6,156.07 


131,342.32 
2,401.52 
2,512.44 

6,799.07 

78.68 

4,811.44 


23,151.16 
















100.62 


831.91 


1,068.60 


17.38 


785.38 


452.22 


2,343.20 






























17.65 


57.59 


29.80 


45.25 


46.40 


83.20 


3,239.35 


691.60 














6,393.10 

9,289.25 

6,608.59 

23,773.81 

12,977.34 




401.99 


369.29 

53.00 

1,628.94 

1,180.86 


395.74 


531.81 


. 276.45 

53.00 

1,962.16 

682.49 


252.13 

"540.59 

505.65 


4,484.72 
395.00 


449.27 
268.56 


1,975.47 
531.40 


745.81 
768.71 


69.34 
403 . 39 


5,636.57 


13,216.50 


186,665.57 


11,122.80 


4,759.89 


7,193.29 


7,989.86 


210,226.91 


31,53.8.41 


2,262.30 


1,763.62 


60,334.33 


2,017.89 


1,491.70 


1702.39 


1,429.89 


15,714.57 


4,408.16 


295.00 


649 . 00 


11,980.00 


698 . 00 


386.00 


759 . 00 


412.00 


12,095.00 


1,225.00 


1,967.30 


1,114.62 


48,354.33 


1,319.89 


1,105.70 


943 . 39 


1,017.89 


3,619.57 


3,183.16 





















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No. 26 



STATEMENT " G "— Concluded 

Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of Hydro 
Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1926 



TRENT 

SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 

Population . . 



Wark- 
worth 
P.V. 



Welling- 
ton 
860 



Whitby 
3,015 



TRENT 
SYSTEM 
SUM- 
MARY 



ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 



Earnings 



Domestic service . . 
Commercial light . . 
Commercial power 
Municipal power. . 
Street lighting . . . . 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



$ 



1,730.75 
1,044.98 



883 . 00 



4,367.35 

2,238.21 

3,170.11 

28.08 

910.00 



12,348.80 

5,911.31 

16,876.08 



Total earnings . . 
Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main 

tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 

on debentures 



3,658.73 



1,961.31 



20.86 



26.29 



219.05 
467.25 
147.49 



Total expenses 

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Gross loss 

Depreciation . .. 
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Net loss 



2,842.25 



816.48 



139.00 



677.48 



250.00 



10,963.75 



5,411.14 



493.05 



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23.22 



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14.98 

109.08 



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1,688.59 

525.22 
1,918.81 

1,767.18 



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6,273.32 



1,408.95 



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225,311.11 

148,430.51 

165,919.37 

12,097.00 

53,729.96 

9,355.06 

7,675.70 



622,518.71 



303,358.94 

14,208.93 

7,602.76 

30,607.81 

954.68 

8,609.35 

1,790.00 

9,355.51 
202.44 
12,089.86 
29,016.33 
26,517.16 
47,072.79 

29,738.17 



521,124.73 



101,393.98 



30,549.95 



70,844.03 



$ 



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4,225,959.77 
6,868,005.94 
1,922,512.34 
1,492,385. 1G 
37,810.73 
471.134.15 



22.677,999.28 



12,326,255.18 
463,904.51 
286,520.37 

803,313.92 

80,316.51 

196,521.33 

296,846.38 

299,582.10 
243,763.04 
588,712.41 
823,793.22 
468,582.37 
2,102,542.56 

1,362,577.88 



20,343,231.78 



2,334,767.50 



1,157,579.05 



1,177,188.45 



927 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 337 



STATEMENT "D 



9t 



Comparative Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy 

for 
Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

SHOWING 

Growth in Number of Consumers, in Revenue and in Consumption 
and Reduction in Net Cost per Kilowatt-Hour 



Group I — Cities — Population 10,000 or more 

Group II — Towns of Population 2,000 or more 

Group III — Small Towns, Villages, and Suburban 
and Rural Areas 



338 N I N ETEE NTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

STATEMENT "D" 

Comparative Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy in 
Municipalities Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario. 

The following" tabulation is given for the purpose of showing the progress 
made by individual municipal electric utilities, throughout the respective periods 
of operation. All municipalities that have been operating under cost contracts 
with the Commission for at least one full year are listed in the statement. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread a distribution of electrical energy as possible and to extend to every 
community that can economically be reached by transmission lines, the benefit 
of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by reason of the distance 
from a source of supply or of the smallness of the quantity of power required by 
the municipality, the cost per horsepower — and, consequently, the cost per 
kilowatt-hour to the consumer — must unavoidably be comparatively high, 
service has not been withheld when the consumers were able and willing to pay 
the cost. With the exception of the relatively small quantity of energy sold in 
such municipalities, the electricity provided by the Commission is sold to the 
consumers at strikingly low prices. 

The accompanying diagram, which summarizes certain data of Statement 
"D," shows that the bulk of the electricity distributed by the co-operating 
municipalities is sold at very low prices and also shows that the total amount of 
the energy sold in the municipalities where circumstances necessitate the higher 
scales of charges is relatively insignificant. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues contributed by the consumers 
include, in addition to the cost of power, sums applicable to retirement of capital. 
The annual contributions during the past year to sinking fund and principal 
payments on debentures, in respect of the capital investments of the Commission 
and of the municipalities, together with surplus, amounted to about twenty 
per cent of the total revenue contributed by the consumers in the municipalities 
which collectively own the undertaking. Since these sums represent investments 
by the consumers which result in future reduction of rates, the cost of the elec- 
trical service itself to the consumers is virtually only eighty per cent of the 
charges, per kilowatt-hour and per horsepower, indicated in Statement "D" and 
in the summary figures derived therefrom. 

It should specially be noted that the cost per kilowatt-hour or per horse- 
power as a criterion by means of which to compare the relative economies of 
electrical service in various municipalities, should only be applied when full 
account is taken, respectively, of the influence upon costs of such factors as the 
distance from source of power, the features of the power development from which 
service is received, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for elec- 
tricity, and the sizes and character of the loads supplied by the local electrical 
utility to the ultimate consumers. 

In Statement "D" account has been taken of the size of municipalities by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 population; 
(ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (iii) small towns (under 2,000 popula- 
tion), villages, suburban areas, which are comparable in respect of conditions of 
supply to the smaller villages, and rural areas. The approximate transmission 
distance and the source of supply for any municipality may be ascertained by 
reference to the map at the end of this volume. To find a given municipality in 
this section refer to general index at end of volume. 



1927 



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339 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY THE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



DOMESTIC SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR : 



2.0 to 3.9 


4.0 to 6.9 


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CENTS 


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PER CENT 


PER CENT 



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COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR : 



3.0 TO 4.9 
CENTS 




5.0 to 7.9 

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1.3 
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0.3 
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POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
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IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS. PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR : 



$25 to $30 




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PER CENT 



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